Issue : April 2018
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Labour has pledged to introduce an extra mandatory home visit by health visitors while children are aged three to four months, if the party comes into power.
A nursing home in Scarborough is trying to lure nurses to work there with the offer of a free holiday in the sun before they start.
New bundles have been launched by a hospital trust with the aim of supporting new parents after the birth of a so-called “rainbow baby”, in the wake of a previous bereavement.
Nearly one in three health visitors say their ability to support breastfeeding mothers has reduced in recent years, according to a new survey that reveals the impact of public health cuts.
Healthcare assistants are being expected to do the work of registered nurses without adequate training or proper supervision, according to survey results released by a union.
For the first time, health and social care experts say they have developed a “definitive” set of outcome measures and key performance indicators (KPIs) for toileting and containment strategies.
The extent to which mental health staff are “stressed, stretched and leaving” services must be investigated in new research looking at turnover rates, healthcare workers have said at Unison’s annual health conference.
Concerns changes will involve “piling duties on to unqualified workers”