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maandag 3 september 2018

Trusts urged to use bank instead of agency staff to save NHS £480m

Trusts urged to use bank instead of agency staff to save NHS £480m
A new app is being developed to make it easier for NHS staff to sign up for extra shifts in a bid to claw back the £480m a year being spent on plugging gaps with expensive agency workers.
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Northern Ireland's CNO calls for greater patient say in health plans
Important decisions about the future of health and social care in Northern Ireland must not be left solely down to leaders and experts, the country's chief nursing officer has warned.
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RCN makes budget bid for 'serious' social care investment
Critical challenges facing the NHS will deepen unless significant investment into adult social care is made, the Royal College of Nursing has warned ahead of the government's autumn budget.
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QNI leader to be recognised for support of district nursing
The chief executive of the community nurse organisation the Queen's Nursing Institute is to receive an honorary doctorate for her work on promoting the sector from Buckinghamshire New University.
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Shropshire trust defends transparency of maternity review
A hospital trust under investigation for a catalogue of alleged maternity failings has sought to reassure families about the transparency of the inquiry, after facing fresh criticism.
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NHS hospital car parking now free for nurses across Wales
As of the start of this month, "unfair" car parking charges have been completely scrapped at all NHS hospitals in Wales, sparking calls for similar moves in England and Northern Ireland.
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