Discrimination to healthcare staff from BME backgrounds has now been described as being the biggest issue to come out of the workforce pandemic. This is a hard-hitting report. The NHS report has been published now…
So many nurses and other healthcare staff in the UK may well have been infected with Covid-19 but they have not yet been diagnosed. This is according to a new study which has been done.…
The government have to make sure that they are providing very clear instructions to the public and they also need to make sure that they are providing a much more personal approach. This is the…
Thousands of nurses are now taking the streets to take part in a socially-distant demonstration regarding pay. More than 35 full demonstrations are scheduled to be taking place in numerous parts of the UK and…
It’s said that up to 2,000 nursing apprentices are going to be trained in England, every year for the next four years. A lot of this comes down to a surge in government funding. There…
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak has missed the chance to invest in healthcare. He has put forward his summer statement and this outlines the spending plans for the government. The main problem is that…
The RCN have demanded a very long-term fix for the workforce issues that are currently being experienced by nurses. This is even the case with the current rise in registered nurses. At the end of…
UCAS have now published an update which talks about the number of people who are applying to study nursing. Those who want to enrol will have to apply by the 30th of June. They have…
So many people who work as social care workers or even in a nurse agency are now finding it difficult to qualify for the new Health and Care Visa. There are even those who are…
Staff who have advanced respiratory care skills are now sporting yellow lanyards. This is being done at one trust and it is completely designed to help nurses deal with those who have breathing difficulties. The…
A backdated pay increase of over 10% for nurses who work on the island of Guernsey has been imposed. This is of specialist interest to those who are part of a nursing recruitment agency or…
Trusts have been given a lot of advice on the various steps that they can take to try and look after the mental wellbeing of their staff. They need to address issues which include fatigue,…
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