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A new initiative has been introduced by a hospital trust in the South West to help identify and better support newly qualified members of staff during their first year of work.
Newly qualified nurses need better support in their first job if workforce retention is to improve, according to interim findings from a major new study.
A free digital tool designed to help nurses progress in their careers has been launched in London along with voluntary standards for preceptorships, as part of efforts to keep the capital’s nursing staff in the profession.
‘Refreshed’ preceptorship programme launched in ScotlandVideoSubscription
A continuing professional development programme for newly-qualified nurses and midwives in Scotland has been relaunched today.
North East London NHS Foundation Trust’s chief nurse wants all her nurses to be “dual-competent” in both physical and mental health within the next five to 10 years.
A refresher training programme in hospital nursing is being rolled out at a trust in Somerset to try and attract community nurses back into the acute sector.
A trust in East Anglia is set to launch a “nursing academy” for newly-qualified nurses, in a bid to retain and recruit staff.
A preceptorship group programme has helped newly qualified nurses recruited to work in a mental health trust to develop their skills and confidence
National talks on changes to NHS workers’ pay and terms and conditions could be close to a deal, Nursing Times has learnt.
Newly qualified nurses would lose one of the two incremental pay rises they are currently supposed to receive in their first year, under proposals being put forward by government negotiators, Nursing Times has learnt.