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Greater Manchester mayoral candidate Andy Burnham discussed the future of health and social care across the region when he visited the University of Salford. The Leigh MP, who has served as both Secretary of State and Shadow Secretary of State for Health, provided an insight into the issues surrounding health…
Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) School of Nursing and Midwifery will host an event this week for anyone with an interest in becoming an adult nurse. The event will be an opportunity for anyone who is interested in RGU’s Adult Nursing degree to meet with academics and current students and get…
Patients are suffering in pain due to NHS rationing, which is affecting access to community nurses and hip operations, a new report says. People at the end of their life are being left for hours without pain relief due to nursing shortages, while other patients are denied access to operations…
Next week (6 – 11 March) is National Careers Week and Oxford Brookes University will be holding a careers evening in partnership with Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. National Careers Week (NCW) is a celebration of careers guidance and free resources in education across the UK. The aim is to…
Some patients feel entitled to attack and verbally abuse NHS staff because they have paid their taxes, MPs have heard. Conservative Oliver Dowden (Hertsmere) called for tougher powers to punish people who attack NHS workers, saying he had been "inundated" with examples of aggression towards nurses and doctors who have…
The NHS in England is spending tens of millions of pounds employing a few hundred agency staff, new figures show. Over 500 agency staff are raking in at least £150,000 a year, including around 100 who each earn in excess of £200,000, according to NHS Improvement. This means the health…
Many nurses feel they are too busy to give dying patients high-quality care, a new poll suggests. Two-thirds of nurses from across the UK felt they were not given sufficient time to care for those nearing the end of their lives, it found. The poll of almost 1,000 nurses and…
Wales Health Secretary, Vaughan Gething, has announced a £95 million package to support a range of education and training programmes for healthcare professionals in Wales. This investment aims to support a range of healthcare training opportunities and will enable more than 3000 new students to join those already studying healthcare…
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