Issue : September 2018
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Social care staff should be classified as skilled workers to avoid a staffing crisis after Brexit, a care providers group has warned.
A former nurse who is now a prize-winning novelist has said the nursing profession needs to change the way it’s perceived.
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North Somerset has appointed a new Admiral nurse for Weston Area Health NHS Trust who will be based at Weston General Hospital.
On several occasions over recent weeks I have found myself explaining to people what sepsis is, its symptoms and why it’s something that needs tackling. These conversations have taken place both in the office and also among friends.
European migrants contribute much more to the UK health sector than they consume in services, according to a government-commissioned report.
Putting on too much or too little weight during pregnancy has a negative impact on the child that can be observed when they reach the age of seven, a new study argues.
Nurses, midwives, healthcare assistants, students, ambulance workers and other members of Unison are being asked to record how their shift goes today for the union’s annual staff safety survey.
Falling childhood immunisation rates across England risk a resurgence of “deadly and life-changing” diseases of the past, a leading nurse has warned, after new figures revealed a decline in coverage in nine out of 12 routine jabs.
Three sisters are making history by beginning to study adult nursing in the same cohort at a university in East Anglia.