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dinsdag 5 september 2017

Midwives and health visitors want more mental health training

Midwives and health visitors want more mental health training
More needs to be done to help health professionals to support women's mental health during pregnancy, according to a joint survey by a charity and a union.
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Employers urged to grant clinicians leave for national work
NHS trusts and health boards have been urged to "look favourably" on requests from clinicians applying for absence in order to undertake national work for the wider benefit of the country.
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Leadership training pilot for 'vulnerable' palliative care nurses
A new leadership training programme for palliative care clinical nurse specialists has been launched in Glasgow to help tackle the increasing complexity of the role.
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New chief executive takes over at midwives' union
Gill Walton has today taken over as leader of the Royal College of Midwives.
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Call for nurses to help educate other staff to spot delirium
A new drive to help nurses spot signs of delirium has been launched today by the Royal College of Nursing.
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Community nurse provider gains coveted 'outstanding' rating
A community health service providing nursing care in the South of England has been praised for its "incredibly open culture" and the way it values staff by inspectors, who rated it "outstanding".
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