A New UK-Wide Update is Going to Demonstrate the Need for Long-Term Workforce Preparation
Governments all across the UK need to be held accountable for the nursing workforce. This includes any shortages that they might be facing. If you work in a nurse agency or even in a nursing recruitment agency then you will know what a major movement this could be. The new…
Nurses are Crucial when it Comes to Helping those who have a Serious Mental Illness
When you look at the World Health Organisation, you will soon see that those who have a serious mental illness die on average 20 years younger than anyone else. Clinician have agreed time and time again that the main reason why this happens is because the illnesses often go on…
Nursing Bodies Need to have a Commitment for Investment and Training
A new report has been released by the RCN and the QNI. They have stated that the number of district nurses who are working in the NHS has dropped by over 43%. This is especially the case when you look at the last 10 years. If you work in a…
Both Nursing Staff and Sepsis Survivors are Calling for an Investment in Training
Healthcare staff and the public need to be more educated on the signs of sepsis. Those who work in a nurse agency or even as part of a nursing recruitment agency will understand how devastating this can be, and even how many lives could be saved if certain changes could…
RCN Members Have a Clear Opportunity to try and Make Leaders Accountable
Action by certain members of the RCN could really help to secure the workforce crisis that is happening right now. The College welcomed the ambitious direction, but they have also said that when they deliver the plan, they need to be very clear and they also need to be accountable…
The RCN has Backed Findings of a New Report for Funding
A report has been published by three thinktanks for the NHS. They are calling for a huge expansion when it comes to nurse training in the country of England. They are trying to make sure that they stop the healthcare crisis from getting even worse. The measures have been outlined…
RCN is Welcoming a New Indemnity

RCN is Welcoming a New Indemnity

Tuesday, 07 May 2019 11:26
The RCN is welcoming a state-backed indemnity. This is a scheme that is going to provide cover to nursing professionals who are working in the NHS. The clinical negligence scheme is going to provide cover to all staff who are working in the NGS and even in England as well.…
Short-Term Progress that Hospitals have Made is now Falling Away
The RCN have stated that the lessons that were learnt in the Francis report are now being long-forgotten about. This is even the case when you look at the opportunities that are present to try and increase the staffing level for nurses. The comments were made in a response to…
The Government have Missed an Opportunity to Address the Nursing Crisis
Philip Hammond may have missed an opportunity to try and give nurses the education they need and the money as well. His statement contained no words about any nursing bursaries. The government are going to be waiting to see what kind of funding is available from the nursing workforce plan.…


Monday, 08 April 2019 09:34
A report has been issued and it has been distributed by three major thinktanks. They have all stated that there needs to be a radical expansion when it comes to nurse training, and that this needs to be done in an attempt to try and stop the health and care…
Insurance Worries for GPs and Nursing Staff have Now been Dispelled
RCN is welcoming a brand-new indemnity scheme that is being state-backed. This will automatically provide cover to all of the nurses who are working under the NHS GP service. The clinical negligence scheme is going to give help to the General Practice and this is being operated by the NHS…
CN Members in England have a Very Clear Opportunity to Make Leaders Accountable
Action by various RCN members could help to secure an end to the workforce crisis. This is going to be affecting various healthcare services in England. Of course, when the plan was published earlier in this year, the College chose to welcome the ambitious direction. They have also stated that…
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