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woensdag 28 juni 2017

Partial u-turn for Northern Ireland specialist nurse training funding

Partial u-turn for Northern Ireland specialist nurse training funding
Cuts to specialist training for nurses in Northern Ireland have been partially reversed, but universities say student numbers will still be hit.
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MPs to vote on removing 1% public sector pay cap
MPs are expected to vote on whether to lift the public sector pay cap later this afternoon as part of a debate on the Queen's Speech.
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Antenatal clinics cut pregnancy risks for obese women, finds study
Antenatal clinics for severely obese pregnant women can help reduce pregnancy complications, new research has found.
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Northamptonshire employers join forces in bid to recruit hundreds of nurses
NHS trusts, a university and an independent mental health provider have joined forces to launch a nurse recruitment campaign in the East Midlands in a move they are claiming is the first of its kind.
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Scotland commits to training 2,600 extra nurses to tackle future shortage
An additional 2,600 nursing and midwifery training places in Scotland will be created over the next four years as part of national workforce plans published today by the government.
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Nurse specialists warn of 'disjointed' roll-out of enteral feeding devices
Nutrition nurse specialists say they have seen a surge in emergency call-outs because of problems related to the "disjointed" roll-out of new enteral feeding devices.
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