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woensdag 18 oktober 2017

Warning over education of future neuroscience nurses

Warning over education of future neuroscience nurses
There are "serious concerns" for the education of future neuroscience nurses, a senior lecturer from the specialty has warned.
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A&E patients positive about nursing care, despite pressures
Most people seen in accident and emergency in England are positive about the care they receive from nurses and doctors, despite the huge pressures on departments, suggests a large-scale survey.
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Unions keep up pressure over NHS pay with latest warning
Nurses and midwives could still be thousands of pounds worse off each year by 2022, despite the government scrapping the cap on public sector pay, according to a new trade union analysis.
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NMC confirms new ways overseas nurses can prove English skills
From next month, the Nursing and Midwifery Council is to expand the range options that overseas nurses can use to prove their English language credentials are sufficient to join the UK register.
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New nut allergy guidance for clinicians follows rise in cases
Clinicians can now draw on new comprehensive guidance to help them treat patients with nut allergies with numbers affected by the condition continuing to rise.
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Risk of 'insufficient' learning disability nurses being trained
Problems attracting people into learning disability nursing training have "come to a head" and there is now a risk there will be an insufficient number of new nurses working in this field in the future, the national workforce body has said.
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