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An intervention to improve retention in emergency nursing

29 January 2019

Emergency Nurse

dual roles

The UK has a serious shortage of nurses and for the first time in recent nursing history 27% more UK registrants left the register in 2016-2017 than joined it....

Identifying the nurse characteristics that affect anticipated turnover

10 December 2020

Nursing Management

nurse retention

Background Nurse turnover is a prevalent and serious issue in Jordan, with many nurses leaving their jobs to search for better opportunities outside the country. It...

Establishing a sustainable nursing workforce

23 July 2010

Nursing Management


Occupational sustainability in healthcare services involves meeting the demands of a changing NHS without compromising the health and wellbeing of nurses. This...

Researching nurses’ adherence to patient safety guidelines in emergency departments

28 June 2022

Emergency Nurse


Background One of the reasons why patient safety may be put at risk during healthcare interventions is a lack of staff adherence to patient safety guidelines. There...

Nursing education: the disseminated model

01 March 2013

Learning Disability Practice

Art & Science

In Scotland, learning disability nursing education is provided by institutions in the central region, resulting in fewer numbers of qualified nurses across other...

Are nurses expected to have information technology skills?

01 September 2013

Nursing Management

Art & Science

This article discusses the knowledge management skills required by nurses in the context of the government’s information strategy for England and Wales, which...

The intelligent workforce

13 September 2008

Nursing Management


IF THE healthcare service is to remain fit for purpose and the government’s skills agenda is to be addressed, the healthcare workforce must be developed (Department...

Time for study

01 September 2005

Paediatric Nursing


The ‘modem nurse’ is expected to provide clinical care of a high standard while signing up to the commitment of life-long learning. Nurse training and education does...

Development of a paediatric short-stay observation and assessment unit

08 May 2018

Nursing Children and Young People

In recent years children’s emergency admissions have risen by 18%. In 2011 a team at a city district general hospital in England recognised that children were being...

Enhancing nurse satisfaction: an exploration of specialty nurse shortage in a region of NHS England

22 March 2018

Nursing Management

Evidence & practice

Aim This article offers nurse managers guidance on analysing, managing and addressing a potentially dissatisfied nursing workforce, focusing on three priority...