nurses

We still have a Victorian view of those who choose a career in health and think just of being a doctor or a nurse as they're the people we see when we visit our GP or go into a hospital. But there is very much another professional group to choose if your choice is to help people with illness retain their health or at least manage their condition.
Female doctors’ pay lags behind their male colleagues by 28.6%, according to the latest survey of UK hourly pay by the Office
Hospitals are so full that elderly patients are being discharged in the middle of the night and routine blood tests are being
Introducing regional pay and conditions in the NHS would lead to lower standards of patient care, according to The Royal
Nurses are being forced to clean toilets and mop hospital floors on top of their patient care duties, a new survey has found
Big name British hospitals like Great Ormond Street and the Royal Marsden are to be encouraged to export the NHS "brand" abroad
The national consent rate for organ donation from the relatives of the terminally ill is around 60% and with three people in the United Kingdom dying every day because of lack of tissue and organs, it's up to specialist organ donation nurses to try and increase the numbers.
It is often said that English people do not like to talk about death. Last week's publication of the first national survey of the bereaved has gone some way to dispelling such a notion.
The government's contentious NHS reforms are an "unnecessary and unwanted" upheaval, the British Medical Association (BMA
The NHS is at breaking point, the Royal College of Nursing has warned on Monday. With nursing positions at risk of being