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

maandag 22 oktober 2018

Scottish nursing fosters closer links to Finland with exchange

Scottish nursing fosters closer links to Finland with exchange
Two nursing lecturers from Finland have visited Aberdeen this week, in order to help foster closer links with academics from Robert Gordon University's school of nursing and midwifery.
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Mental health trusts should have staff retention targets, say MPs
Trusts providing mental health services should be set new targets to improve staff retention rates, according to a group of MPs who called for urgent action to boost the mental health workforce.
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Loudspeakers used to target hospital staff and patients who smoke
Staff and patients at a hospital in Yorkshire are being urged via tannoy to heed advice not to smoke while outside its buildings, to coincide with the annual charity-led Stoptober event.
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Union demands end to 'extortionate' parking fees for NHS staff
Healthcare staff are wasting valuable time searching for parking spaces and two-thirds have been fined when trying to park at work, according to a survey published today by the union Unison.
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Exclusive: Work to start on new career framework for stroke nurses
A group of experts is to develop a new career framework for stroke nurses, which aims to give nurses and employers a clear idea of the skills and competencies needed at different levels.
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MPs call for tougher action to curb unnecessary antibiotic scripts
Clinically unnecessary prescribing of antibiotics in the UK must stop, according to an influential group of MPs, which is calling on the government to make antimicrobial resistance a "top five" policy priority.
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