Highly experienced UK nurses who moved to Australia to make a new life have been left in limbo and unable to work by a recent change in registration rules.
NHS mental health providers have lost thousands of nursing posts, amid accusations services are being “looted” to implement safe staffing levels in the acute sector in the wake of the Francis report into Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust.
The husband of a nurse has claimed his wife’s career was “ruined” by unfounded allegations and “bullying”, which led her to give up her job at Worcestershire Health and Social Care Trust.
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- Welsh nurses asked for views on safe staffing law proposals
- Competition for nurse jobs peaks in the summer
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- Safe nurse staffing levels could cost £414m, says NICE
- More Bridgend nurses suspended over false records allegations