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The economic damage caused by Brexit would hit tax revenue
The fact that black and minority ethnic nurses more likely to feel discriminated against in their workplace sadly comes as little surprise, but it is no less shocking.
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Dr Susan Hamer explains why nurses are ideally placed to discuss, debate and ultimately change healthcare.
A new matron specifically for bank staff has boosted recruitment and retention and helped improve training and performance, according to senior nurses at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust.
Hospital nurses dashing about to the sound of buzzers, trying to balance caring for patients while desperately trying to find more staff for their wards has become a familiar tale in Wales.
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Making every hour count – reducing the number of unused hours from a run rate of circa 500k to 22k per four week period
I am writing this as the junior doctors’ strike is in full swing. I’ve been trying to get a firm grip on what I think about it all for months now – but have somehow struggled.
So here’s the ongoing challenge to NHS trusts: how do we recruit and retain the next generation of clinical and clinical/academic leaders, while ensuring their development remains at the bedside?
It is rare for a report by government advisors to be quite so stinging as that published on nursing last week by the Migration Advisory Committee, widely known in policy circles as the “MAC”.