The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has been recently working very closely with The End of Life Partnership (EOLP), providing support during their recent job matching process.
The North West’s health recruitment crisis could become worse, the Royal College of Nursing has revealed, with nearly 2,000 nurses currently working in the region potentially affected by changes to EU immigration rules after Brexit.
New figures reveal the extent to which UK health services are reliant on staff trained in the EU.
The RCN has responded to the Government’s announcement that it will go ahead with changes to student nurse finance arrangements.
Recruitment problems already experienced by many NHS employers in the South West region could get worse, with thousands of nurses potentially affected by changes to EU immigration rules after Brexit.
The Royal College of Nursing has published new figures, obtained from the Health and Social Care Information Centre, which show the number of nurses from European Union countries working in each English region.
We all have a responsibility to seize the moment and educate others about the work we do, says RCN President Cecilia Anim.
The RCN is supporting an initiative launched by the Children’s Society to help health care staff recognise and respond to child sexual exploitation.
The Health Committee has today released a wide ranging report on the impact of the Government’s comprehensive spending review on health and social care.
Stuart McKenzie and BJ Waltho will continue in their respective roles for another two years.