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Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust has appointed an experienced health service leader and former nurse and midwife as its new chief executive.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust has been returned to “special measures” after its latest inspection by regulators, who identified safety concerns.
“I was panicking, I thought I had failed” said the nurse who received her dissertation results two weeks later to her peers because it was so good that the university wanted it to be published.
Health unions in Norfolk are holding a demonstration next week in protest at a hike in parking charges at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.
Nurses around the country celebrate International Nurses’ DayVideoSubscription
Nurses from around the UK have been celebrating 2018 International Nurses’ Day in a number of different ways. Here are some examples of what people are doing to mark the annual event.
Around 3,000 nurses and other NHS staff at a hospital in Norfolk are facing increases to their car parking charges that a union has claimed threatens to wipe out the proposed NHS pay rise.
Game aims to prepare new nurses for life on the ward Subscription
Nurse trainers at Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust have developed a board game to teach students on placement and newly-qualified staff about “real-life scenarios”.
The impact of Brexit and a growing older population could combine in some areas to exacerbate the severe nurse shortages already being felt by many hospital trusts across the country, warns researchers.
A new approach to mentoring that has allowed an NHS trust in Great Yarmouth to double its number of student nurse placements is to be extended across all departments in the organisation, marking further support for the model in the region.
A hospital in Norfolk is sending out a customised “recruitment car” as part of efforts to attract nearly 100 new nurses.