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Health visitors have urged prime minister David Cameron to introduce a number of measures to safeguard their profession in England in the face of local authority budget cuts.
The Royal College of Midwives has welcomed by a call from the prime minister for a “rethink” on policy regarding pregnant prisoners and female prisoners with babies.
Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused the government of “punishing” student nurses by bringing in reforms to scrap bursaries in England and introduce loans instead.
Waiting time targets for teenagers with eating disorders are to be introduced for the first time as part of £1bn of investment for improving mental health care, the prime minister has announced.
David Cameron has said the NHS needs to get better at workforce planning and encouraging young people to study nursing, in response to questions on the government’s new immigration rules.
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Prime minister David Cameron has claimed there is a “massive” nurse training programme underway, in response to concerns raised by the Royal College of Nursing about staffing levels.
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The leader of the Royal College of Nursing has warned of possible strike action over plans to dilute out of hours pay, as David Cameron re-iterates his commitment to creating a “truly seven-day NHS”.
The Conservatives have pledged to ensure there are enough nurses in the health service as part of their election manifesto, which promises hospitals will be “properly staffed”.
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