A Swedish midwife has reported her former employers for religious discrimination, after she would not assist with abortions at a hospital in southern Sweden. She claims they discriminated when they would not extend her contract.
This week a prank call to the hospital where Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton was being treated made the news again. Today it is being reported that the nurse who handled that call has been found dead from an apparent suicide.
An Air Force was formally charged in military court with deliberately administering lethal amounts of medication to three terminally ill patients. Read on for details and…stay away from Wilford Hall Air Force Hospital if you are not feeling well.
A kind-hearted UK nurse walked nine miles away under treacherous conditions to save the life of a patient that required dialysis but could not go to the hospital because of snowstorm that brought the nation on standstill.
A British nurse has admitted to giving a woman an abortion drug who had actually come in for a simple consultation. The nurse has been given a written warning which will remain on her record for the next three years
A nurse who has been charged with the murder of four elderly patients in his care, has denied ever saying that he killed them simply because he didn't like old people. The 31 year old from Scotland said that he wanted to be a nurse so he could help
Next time you are in the ER you should leave your belongings elsewhere unless you want to fall victim to identity theft, have your credit cards stolen and used and have your cash disappear from your wallet.
Derby City Hospital tells its nurses to take off their uniform before they leave work after hearing complaints from the public seeing the nurses in shops and pubs. A new dress code will help the hospital maintain the professional image of its staff.
The nurse charged with three counts of felony murder in connection with a fatal Houston office building fire used a lighter to start the blaze in a supply closet, according to the prosecutor in the case.
Federal inspectors last year found that a Salisbury, N.C., VA nurse, charged with monitoring care for some of the system's frailest veterans, filed inaccurate reports on their health and listed one as being in "stable" condition 12 days after he had died.