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maandag 11 september 2017

Student nurses lead local donations drive for homeless charity

Student nurses lead local donations drive for homeless charity
A pair of student nurses have teamed up with a homeless and refugee charity to deliver "little bags of kindness" donations to the local community in Chester.
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'Unprecedented interest' in primary care transition course
A new career development training programme aimed at recently qualified nurses who want to work in primary care will host double the number of participants than originally planned, following an "unprecedented level of interest" in the course.
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Location of new mother and baby mental health units revealed
NHS trusts in Kent, Devon, Lancashire and Norfolk have been selected to host new mother and baby units offering specialist mental healthcare, it has been announced by NHS England.
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Children with asthma being prescribed 'unnecessary' antibiotics
Children with asthma are more likely to be prescribed antibiotics, even though there is no evidence that they need them any more than children without condition, according to researchers.
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Pay cap 'must be scrapped for all public sector staff', warn unions
Renewed calls for the 1% pay rise cap to be removed for all public sector staff, including nurses, have been made by healthcare unions, sparked by media reports that the police and prison officers will soon see the remuneration limit lifted.
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More funding targeted to help English A&Es prepare for winter
A further 19 hospitals in England are to receive a tranche of extra funding for emergency care over the coming winter, the government has announced.
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