Specialist Perinatal Health Services Are Still Lacking In The UK
Specialist prenatal care services are practically non-existent in over a quarter of the UK. This is according to a new campaign. It’s true that some progress has been made over the last couple of years but the lack of services for both women and men is unacceptable. This is according…
Nurses in Scotland/Wales Have to Wait Before they can See the NHS Pay Deal
Ministers who are from Scotland and even Wales have stated that they are going to invest plenty of additional money which they will receive from the UK government. This money is going to be given to try and pay more NHS staff wages. This comes from the announcement of pay…
Pharmacists Have Tried to Reduce the Amount of Injection Errors by Providing Better Guidance
A pharmacist who lives in Somerset has tried to help hospital nurses give injections safer. They have done this by giving the people the help that they need in their profession. Doctor Matthew Jones has stated that the complicated nature of preparing the injections gives a lot of room for…
Universities Given More Time to Update Courses Under New Regulations
Those who work in nursing jobs or even those who work in a nursing recruitment agency will understand how important it is to be able to change the courses so that they meet the requirements of the people who are applying. Under the new proposals, the NMC have stated that…
Cancer testing 'one-stop shop' trial begins at 10 centres in England
From Sky News: A trial begins today of centres where patients can be given multiple tests for different cancers with the aim of providing a quick, and crucially, early diagnosis. Patients with "vague" symptoms such as weight loss, abdominal pain and fatigue can be referred by their GPs to the…
3 out of 4 GP’s Struggling this Winter

3 out of 4 GP’s Struggling this Winter

Monday, 05 March 2018 08:58
If you work in GP jobs then you’ll understand how hard it has been this winter. Hospitals, care facilities and practices have struggled to cope due to the worst flu outbreak in over 7 years. There has also been a freeze on certain types of care in England as well,…
Sudden Rise in Flu Cases in the UK

Sudden Rise in Flu Cases in the UK

Monday, 05 March 2018 08:56
Flu levels are incredibly high across all of the four UK nations. Consultations have risen above the threshold and the rise in cases in Scotland has risen over the last week according to the official, released data. Consultations for flu cases are still high and nearly 30 out of every…
Pregnant women who suffer from hypertension can keep an eye on their levels from home
Pregnant women who suffer from hypertension can now treat and monitor their condition from home, a new study has found. They don’t have to go to a hospital and this has been highlighted over the last couple of years. Home monitoring in pregnancy has proved to be very popular and…
All of Northern Ireland’s HCAs Are Going to be Listed as Nursing Assistants
Care assistants or those who work nursing jobs in Northern Ireland are now going to be known as nursing assistants. There are officials who have said that the new standards are going to be changed and developed in an attempt to provide people with a more efficient nursing experience. The…
Three Treatments Are Going To Be Reviewed After Patients Voice Concerns
The NHS have announced that they are going to review three different treatments that are currently used because a number of patients have voiced their concerns. The DHSC have stated that the review is going to be focused on vaginal mesh, but other treatments include sodium valproate and Primodos which…
Nursdoc Current Job Positions

Nursdoc Current Job Positions

Tuesday, 09 January 2018 10:56
We use our knowledge to recruit only the best and most suitable candidates, offering a wide range of doctor jobs and nursing jobs to them. Our clients trust us to place the right staff in the right roles, with many requests coming at short notice. Please check out our job…
Warning Over Drop In NHS Health Visitors

Warning Over Drop In NHS Health Visitors

Thursday, 23 November 2017 08:51
Health visitors have asked for help from the government when it comes to public health budgets.
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