The Number Of Scientists Leaving Full-Time STEM Jobs After Kids Is Shocking — But There Are Ways To Help Bustle
Despite serious gains for diversity over the past few decades, many jobs and industries still offer inadequate support for working mothers, especially in the U.S. ...
Emilia Clarke, of “Game of Thrones,” on Surviving Two Life-Threatening Aneurysms The New Yorker
The actor Emilia Clarke tells the story of surviving two brain aneurysms that struck just as “Game of Thrones” was making her a star.
Apprenticeships can boost the NHS workforce – but it's not a quick fix The Guardian
With standards and programmes now developed for eight disciplines, clinical apprenticeships offer a new way to retain and develop staff.
Treated Like a ‘Piece of Meat’: Female Veterans Endure Harassment at the V.A. The New York Times
Women say a culture of harassment, discrimination and exclusion lives inside the Veterans Affairs medical system as they try to use the government benefits ...
Nursing Times unveils 'star bakers' of the nursing profession Nursing Times
Theatre nurse Kirsty McVay, from Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, was named as our “star baker” at the 2018 Nursing Times Awards on ...
Nursing associate evaluation reveals 'positives' and 'challenges' Nursing Times
A key challenge for the first wave of trainee nursing associates has been “limited understanding and acceptance” of the controversial new role among ...
Six careers worth going back to school for — even if you're over age 40 CNBC
AARP asked a jobs expert to compile a list of the 6 best options for workers over age 40 who are looking to shift careers and are willing to go back to school to do ...
Judson Haims: What happens to your health care as U.S. nursing shortage increases? Aspen Times
The United States is in a nursing shortage and it is affecting the delivery of care.Why should you care about this? First and foremost, studies show that there is.
Scottish student nurse and midwife bursaries rise to £10000 Nursing Times
Nicola Sturgeon has today announced plans to increase bursaries for nursing and midwifery students in Scotland.
Essex prison nurses carried out CPR on 'clearly dead' inmate Nursing Times
A prison has been told to issue clear guidance to staff on when to attempt resuscitation after nurses carried out cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on an ...
I love my job as a nurse – but I’m not sure how much longer I can carry on The Guardian
Despite what Jeremy Hunt may say, NHS professionals aren't properly rewarded for what they do, says an ICU nurse.
Haims column: What happens to your healthcare as the nursing shortage increases? Glenwood Springs Post Independent
The U.S. is in a nursing shortage, and it is affecting the delivery of care.Why should you care about this? First and foremost, studies show that there is a.
Nursing apprenticeships 'must not repeat mistakes of past', says RCN Nursing Times
The new apprenticeship system for nurses risks repeating the mistakes of the past, potentially putting both patients and apprentices at risk, the Royal College of ...
The shutdown threatens the promise of government jobs — and a way of life The Washington Post
For many, the careful career calculation has been undercut by a partial government closure that is now the longest in history, with 800000 employees not getting ...
Nurse staffing laws in US have 'not improved patient outcomes' Nursing Times
A law requiring set nurse-to-patient ratios in intensive care units across a US state has not resulted in anticipated improvements in patient welfare, according to a ...