We bring you the latest news from the healthcare about the health care in the United Kingdom.

maandag 14 mei 2018

Government urged to waive healthcare surcharges for overseas nurses

Government urged to waive healthcare surcharges for overseas nurses
Nurses from overseas should be exempt from extra healthcare charges, says the Royal College of Nursing, which has warned that the policy is "tearing families apart".
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Call for more recognition for vital work of Scottish support staff
The Royal College of Nursing in Scotland is calling for greater recognition of the vital role played by support workers as part of this year's International Nurses' Day.
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Nurses around the country celebrate International Nurses' Day
Nurses from around the UK have been celebrating 2018 International Nurses' Day in a number of different ways. Here are some examples of what people are doing to mark the annual event.
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Nursing 'on the brink' because of staff shortages, warns RCN report
Basic nursing care like helping people go to the toilet, providing pain relief and preventing pressure ulcers is not getting done, because of staffing shortages, warn nurses.
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Pay deal must be extended to 'all sectors providing NHS services'
The Royal College of Nursing has written to the government calling for the pay proposals currently being consulted on by NHS staff to be extended to those working in social care, the private sector and primary care.
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RCN leader 'demands' safe staffing legislation across UK in speech
The Royal College of Nursing is to demand safe nurse staffing legislation in all parts of the UK in a new campaign it will launch this autumn, the organisation's chief executive has announced.
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