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woensdag 15 november 2017

RCN calls on Khan to protect capital’s nurses from ‘cost-cutting’

RCN calls on Khan to protect capital's nurses from 'cost-cutting'
Nursing and medical unions have joined together to call on mayor of London Sadiq Khan to protect the capital's NHS from what they claim is a £4bn cost-cutting programme.
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New student nursing placements to be offered in Shropshire
Nursing students at the University of Wolverhampton are to be offered placements in Shrewsbury and Telford for the first time, the higher education provider has announced.
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New tool to aid diagnosis of bacterial meningitis in infants
A new tool has been developed for health professionals wanting to improve their assessment and management of young infants who present with possible bacterial meningitis.
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Stress faced by emergency call handlers 'damaging to health'
The levels of stress experienced by emergency call handlers is damaging to their long term health, according to a pioneering study by UK researchers.
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UK researchers report breakthrough in fighting killer superbug
Treatment for the antibiotic resistant bacteria Klebsiella pneumoniae could lie within the bodies' natural defences, according to researchers from the UK and Austria.
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Nurses stretched to 'breaking point' over pay, finds RCN survey
Many nurses have struggled to pay bills, missed rent or mortgage payments and say they cannot sleep at night due to money worries, reveals a major survey by the Royal College of Nursing, which paints a stark picture of the personal financial pressures weighing on the profession.
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