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maandag 23 april 2018

Former nurse who became well-respected NHS chief exec to retire

Former nurse who became well-respected NHS chief exec to retire
Former nurse Dame Julie Moore, chief executive of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and a senior figure in the NHS, has revealed that she is to retire later this year.
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Heart patients who walk faster than others are admitted to hospital less
Faster walking patients with heart disease are admitted to hospital less often than slower ones, according to Italian researchers.
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UK government does deal with Jamaica to recruit nurses for NHS
Nurses from Jamaica are to be targeted as potential recruits for the health service, the government has revealed, in its latest move to try and help mitigate the UK's nursing recruitment crisis by looking overseas.
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NMC referral can spark suicidal thoughts in nurses, finds survey
More than half of nurses referred to the Nursing and Midwifery Council have experienced suicidal thoughts, according to a snapshot survey by a group campaigning for improved support for those going through fitness to practise procedures.
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RCN members to begin voting on NHS pay deal proposals today
The Royal College of Nursing's 200,000 nursing staff in England will begin voting today on whether to accept last month's pay deal put forward by unions, the NHS and government.
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Community nurses 'continue to rely' on paper due to IT challenges
Over a quarter of community nurses still use paper-based systems, despite the vast majority who utilise technology saying they find digital ways of working more reliable, according to a new report.
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