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Employers and social care ‘lacking awareness’ on revalidation

31-Jul-2015 | By

Employers and social care settings are to be targeted more closely in the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s campaign to drive awareness around revalidation.

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Consultation begins on £200m cuts to public health budget

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The Department of Health has said it will be “open” to local authorities to make financial savings from health visitor budgets when a total of £200m public health cuts are delivered to councils early next year, as long as they meet their statutory duties.

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