Career and workforce news
The scale may be smaller, but the nature of the challenges facing the health system of the Isle of Man are not dissimilar to those in our NHS.
The Prince of Wales and the Royal College of Nursing have launched a scheme to give young people in uniformed originations, such as the army cadets, an introduction to nursing and the NHS.
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Medway NHS Foundation Trust has become one of the first trusts in the South East to sign up to the Rainbow Badge scheme, as part of an initiative that shows nursing staff are aware of the issues lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT+) people face when accessing healthcare.
The importance of safe nurse staffing levels has been underlined in an international white paper that calls on countries around the world to take action to ensure they have enough nurses.
Health visitors in Lincolnshire are set to strike for six full days in a dispute over pay and “erosion of professional standards”, healthcare union Unite announced today.
Nurses from Northern Ireland who claim they have been “left behind” colleagues in other UK nations when it comes to pay have taken their protest to Whitehall.
The work of an NHS trust that has given its nursing associates small caseloads has been showcased in a new online resource aimed at helping organisations make the best use of their staff.
A mental health hospital run by the same company that owns Whorlton Hall has been placed in special measures after inspectors raised serious concerns about safety and “inappropriate” behaviour by staff.
A hospital in Buckinghamshire has been forced to temporarily close one of its community wards due to a shortage of nurses, it has been announced.