New report highlights vital role nurses play in ensuring the wellbeing of people worldwide and calls for more jobs, better pay and support for nursing students.
The NMC will invite more people to join its temporary register as the COVID-19 pandemic intensifies.
The UK-wide guidance outlines what personal protective equipment should be used in different settings and circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We’re demanding that nursing professionals in care homes, hospices and other community settings receive the personal protective equipment (PPE) they need.
As we continue to receive reports of insufficient personal protective equipment (PPE) for nursing staff, Dame Donna Kinnair demands stronger action from the Health and Safety Executive.
We’ll be working with and on behalf of our student members to make sure their best interests are served at this time.
We’re calling for free hospital parking for health care workers in England, after charges in Scotland and Northern Ireland are waived during the crisis.
We’ve written to the prime minister to demand his intervention in ensuring the sufficient supply of personal protective equipment (PPE) for nursing staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 7,000 nurses and midwives have said they’ll return to work since the government issued an impassioned plea.
We’re asking supermarket bosses to provide priority access for nursing staff to buy basic necessities.