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Issue : 28 September 2016

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  • Labour Party

    Status of EU NHS staff needs protection post-BrexitSubscription

    News1 October, 2016

    Union leaders have warned that the status of health and social care workers from other European Union countries need protecting or UK services risk a disastrous haemorrhage of staff post-Brexit.

  • Your 5 minute news summary: 1 October 2016Subscription

    News30 September, 2016

    Unions have called for the government’s 1% public sector pay rise cap to be broken and for NHS staff to receive an above-inflation uplift in their salaries instead. They said this increase was needed to help ease the nurse recruitment and retention crisis.

  • Give it up for health visitors and protect public healthSubscription

    Features30 September, 2016

    I’m not normally one for the cavalcade of calendar awareness events that have become a bit of a public relations fad over the last decade, but this week was different – it was Health Visitor Week.

  • Kingston University and St George’s University, London

    UK nursing professor honoured by US medical societySubscription

    News30 September, 2016

    A UK nursing academic has been made a fellow of a prestigious US medical society, thought to be the first time a member of the profession has been given such a role.

  • Two member of staff talking

    How do staffing issues affect patient experience?Subscription

    Opinion30 September, 2016

    Fenella’s experience as both an in- and out-patient varied considerably depending on staffing levels and the number of regular staff employed

  • Florida State University

    New centre to study nursing of indigenous peoplesSubscription

    News30 September, 2016

    A native American tribal leader and nursing academic is to establish the world’s first centre to carry out research into standards of healthcare received by indigenous peoples.

  • Welsh assembly

    Welsh government urged to reveal bursary plansSubscription

    News30 September, 2016

    The Welsh government must “stop dithering” and “make its mind up” over whether to continue providing bursaries to student nurses, members of the Welsh Assembly have warned during a debate.

  • NT Deputies 2016

    Nurse apprenticeships 'must meet pre-reg standard'Subscription

    News30 September, 2016

    Degree-level nurse apprenticeships being developed under government plans must meet the pre-registration requirements already set by the Nursing and Midwifery Council for nurse education, the professional regulator underlined at its council meeting this week.

  • Pay

    Pay rise above 1% 'needed to ease nurse crisis'Subscription

    News30 September, 2016

    Pay rises for NHS staff that are capped at 1% are “unsustainable” and must instead be increased to above inflation rates to help ease the current nurse recruitment crisis, unions have warned ahead of the annual review of health service staff salaries.

  • rural houses

    'My flatmate might just ruin my first year'Subscription

    Features30 September, 2016

    Can you advise this student nurse?

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