More than 160,000 nurses have quit the NHS since 2010/11 for reasons other than retirement, according to new figures.
The NHS is unable to train enough GPs and nurses to meet demand and the situation is at crisis point, leading health experts have warned.
Thousands of nurses have taken part in a nationwide strike over pay and conditions for the first time in 20 years.
Nurses at Ninewells Hospital have condemned a planned increase in parking charges – and claimed it will put people’s safety at risk.
A nurses union rep has claimed a soaring number of vacancies at NHS Tayside is putting patient care at risk.
Nursing staff across Tayside marked International Nurses Day. The event recognises the incredible work nursing staff do caring for patients and families.
A local firm is recruiting staff nurses and charge nurses for a Dundee care home. Day and night shift opportunities are available, with competitive rates of pay and professional incentives offered. For more information, including how to apply, click here for the Jobs in Scotland link.
NHS Tayside has been branded a “financial basket case” after it was revealed the health board has spent more than £15 million on agency staff since 2013/14.
Two nurses from NHS Tayside’s Family Nurse Partnership have celebrated their retirement after a combined 65 years of service.
Qualified nurses are needed for the local area.
Two nurses who retired after 70 years of combined service with the NHS have raised hundreds of pounds for a charity close to their hearts.
A third of long-term absences in NHS Tayside were caused by stress, depression or anxiety, it has emerged.
Six nurses who work for Angus Health and Social Care Partnership have been presented with the Queen’s Nursing Institute Scotland long service award to mark 21 years working in the community.
HUNDREDS of health staff in Tayside were physically or sexually attacked last year at work — with more than one incident recorded every day.