A hospital nurse “left broken” by working on the front line has warned that the NHS will see a mass departure of staff if more is not done to support them during the pandemic.
Hospital staff on the coronavirus frontline have described how there is “very little joy” in the job during the second wave, with some in intensive care units resigning and managers concerned over the long-term mental health impact on employees.
A “large number” of “exhausted” intensive care staff may decide to leave the profession once the coronavirus pandemic is over, a matron at a London hospital has warned.
Pregnant doctors and nurses have slammed a complete lack of advice on working rules following the latest lockdown roll-out.
The Scottish Government has been urged to act on NHS staffing levels as new figures show a drop in the number of nurses and midwives.
A pair of mental health nurses arranged a last-minute pre-lockdown wedding after being forced to cancel their nuptials twice.
Among the many exciting tasks that I undertake as a curator is the responsibility of improving museum catalogue records for objects in the collection.
With International Nurses Day just past, in this week’s Aberdonian we’re taking a look back at those who have looked after us through the decades. From our archives we’ve selected some pictures highlighting the achievements of our nurses from 1969 to 1994. Click below to view the full gallery:
North-east MSPs have paid tribute to the work of nursing staff on the front line of the fight against Covid-19.
An Aberdeen MSP has praised the work of nurses caring for those with terminal illnesses.
In the first part of our series looking at neonatal care and support, Evening Express reporter Lee McCann speaks to nurses taking care of sick babies in the city’s Aberdeen Maternity Hospital
NHS Grampian employs five Parkinson’s nurses, who the charity have described as "outstanding" to cover the north-east and also Shetland and Orkney.
The images, shared on the health board's social media, show nurses from across a wide range of hospitals, wards and units marking Nurses Day yesterday.
The team of surgical nurses from Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital want to revamp their ward and the nurses’ station with new decor to “brighten” them up.
We’ve gone through our archives and dug out these images of staff at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
An Aberdeen hospital facing a staffing crisis is in a “better position” than it was, according to NHS Grampian’s finance chief.
More than 20 new graduate nurses will begin work in the coming weeks to tackle a staffing crisis at an Aberdeen hospital.
North-east politicians have expressed their concern over the closure of two Aberdeen dementia units for a year due to a staffing crisis.
NHS Grampian is preparing to seize a “Brexit opportunity” to boost recruitment efforts across the region.
Health bosses in the north-east have cut spending on agency workers to protect staffing budgets amid “ongoing recruitment challenges”, a new report said.
Have you received outstanding care from an NHS Grampian nurse? Here’s how you can nominate them for an award
A north-east health board is appealing for members of the public to nominate nurses that have gone above and beyond.
Concerns have been raised that proposed changes to NHS Grampian employee contracts could result in “major recruitment and retention problems” for the health board.
A charity that provides support for teenagers and young people with cancer has opened in Aberdeen – and is looking to expand further north.
Demolition work could start this summer to make way for a new housing development for nurses and doctors in Aberdeen.
Trade union members are calling on North-east MPs to support a campaign for public service workers to get “a decent pay rise”.
Nurses at an Aberdeen neonatal unit are taking part in a new scheme to help parents build strong bonds with their new baby.
A group of Aberdeen nurses have starred in a lip sync video to mark International Nurses Day.
Doctors from Norway are sharing expertise with their NHS Grampian counterparts and vice versa in a bid to help tackle recruitment problems in both countries.
Two North-east nurses were to receive a bravery award today after saving the life of a policeman.
Nurses on the frontline of the organ donation process paid tribute to the "superheroes" who give the gift of life to others.