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Zero tolerance towards patients behaving violently

01 May 1999

Emergency Nurse

News

People who commit acts of violence against nurses should be prosecuted without exception, nursing delegates heard at the RCN Congress held in March.

Nurses win in pay round

01 February 2000

Emergency Nurse

News

Pay rises of 3.4 per cent for most nurses and up to 7.8 per cent for 60,000 of the most experienced have been welcomed by nursing unions.

Why revalidation, why now?

26 April 2016

Learning Disability Practice

Feature

THE CURRENT system, known as post-registration education and practice (prep), has fallen into disrepute. This is partly because it relies entirely on nurses and...

Next pay round will be 'tight'

01 June 1997

Emergency Nurse

News

Nurses were warned at this year’s RCN Congress, by the new secretary of state for health, Frank Dobson, not to expect large pay increases under a Labour government.

Major campaign to avoid winter crisis

01 June 2000

Emergency Nurse

News

A major campaign aimed at avoiding yet another winter crisis in the NHS was launched by the RCN.

Audit checklist to improve children's services in A&E

01 August 1997

Emergency Nurse

News

The national charity Action for Sick Children (ASC) has issued a report recommending changes to the emergency services available to children in A&H. while a survey...

Direct approach cuts patient waiting times

01 April 2000

Emergency Nurse

News

A pioneering trust that applies the same protocols to patients attending A&E as those used by NHS Direct has slashed waiting times from seven hours to just 30...

Why revalidation, why now?

13 April 2016

Cancer Nursing Practice

Feature

THE CURRENT system, known as post-registration education and practice (prep), has fallen into disrepute. This is partly because it relies entirely on nurses and...

Why revalidation, why now?

12 April 2016

Mental Health Practice

Feature

THE CURRENT system, known as post-registration education and practice (prep), has fallen into disrepute. This is partly because it relies entirely on nurses and...

Nursing Managers submit to bullying

01 July 1994

Nursing Management

News

Nursing managers are a soft touch for hard-luck stories and closure- threats from educationalists, controversial health academic Professor Roger Dyson has claimed.