By the beginning of this month, the first nurses to use the new revalidation system will have completed their application and maintained their registration. By April 2019, every nurse and midwife in the UK will have gone through the system developed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
By the beginning of this month, the first nurses to use the new revalidation system will have completed their applications to maintain their registration. By April 2019, every nurse and midwife in the UK will have gone through the system, which was developed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council
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Ensuring that people receive the right type of urgent care when they need it has been a difficult issue for the NHS, and the problem is growing as emergency departments (EDs) struggle to cope with rising demand for their services
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A major project to find new models of care for the NHS to cope with increasing demands and financial constraints has been under way now for a year. NHS England’s project to find innovative ways to deliver services began last March with the launch of 29 vanguard sites
Innovative technology is being piloted in the NHS to help older people receive more care at home and keep them out of hospital
Faster access to specialist care for frail, older patients at a Kent emergency department (ED) has cut the amount of time they spend in hospital. A specialist nurse and a geriatric consultant see patients as soon as possible after they arrive at the ED or the medical assessment unit at Medway Maritime Hospital, Gillingham, which is part of Medway NHS Foundation Trust
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Faster access to specialist care for frail older patients at a Kent emergency department (ED) has cut how long they spend in hospital
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A report published last year by Stonewall revealed the persistence of negative attitudes to LGBT people in health and social care services, with a significant problem existing between staff. Managers’ failure to support employees and challenge remarks, however subtle, are part of the problem.
According to a Department of Health-funded study young LGBT people are at increased risk of self-harm and suicide. The Queer Futures project has also revealed that mental health professionals lack access to the training they need to support these young people.
Therapies administered by mental health nurses, aimed at ‘curing’ gay people of their sexual preference were still in common use in the UK in the 1960s and early 1970s. Some nurses tried to avoid participating in these practices, but many believed that they were helping their patients, as a new book reveals.
A work placement in the city of Pittsburgh in the United States gave nursing student Deborah Cooper new insights into caring for people and living in poverty.
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This week junior doctors in England are voting on whether to take industrial action over a planned contract that reduces their pay for working unsocial hours. Ballot papers sent by the British Medical Association proposing the first strike action for doctors since 2012 had to be returned by November 18.