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vrijdag 9 maart 2018

Nurse leaders appeal for enough CPD funds and pay rises to aid retention

Nurse leaders appeal for enough CPD funds and pay rises to aid retention
The director of nursing at an NHS regulatory body and a nurse peer have stressed more funding for continuing professional development (CPD) is needed to help stop nurses from leaving their jobs – and also changes to nurse wage rises.
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Hunt urges whistleblowing guardians to tackle 'flawed' NHS culture
The health secretary has told the new whistleblowing guardians their work is at the "heart" of a change needed in the NHS to tackle a "profoundly flawed" culture around raising concerns.
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Exclusive: Was this winter really the worst yet for the NHS?
The arrival of winter has become synonymous with missed waiting time targets, cancelled operations and efforts to redirect people away from accident and emergency departments.
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News round-up: Catch-up on February's top nursing stories
Miss any of the news affecting the profession during February 2018? Catch up with our summary of the main nursing headlines.
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Nurse wages may rise 6.5% over three years in exchange for holiday
NHS nurses and other staff in the health service could be set to receive a 6.5% pay increase over a period of three years if they sacrifice a day of holiday, according to reports.
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Nurse lecturers highlight 'potential risks of chemotherapy to nurses'
A new website has been launched by two nurse lecturers in order to highlight what they say are the "potential dangers" that healthcare workers face when delivering chemotherapy to patients.
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