Dame Donna Kinnair, RCN Chief Executive and General Secretary, said: “We are disappointed with the news that many staff - particularly those working in social care - will still have to pay this grossly unfair financial charge upfront.
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has launched a new online resource to help demystify the role of digital technology in nursing. The resource aims to show how every nurse can access skills training and lead the use of new technologies.
Dame Donna Kinnair, RCN Chief Executive and General Secretary, said: “Once again, we are disappointed to see the Government’s plans for the UK’s future immigration system falling short of what is required."
"UK Government needs to do everything within its gift to help our existing workforce and ensure that nursing is attractive, well-paid, and meaningfully supported," says Dame Donna Kinnair.
"To get anywhere close to the Government’s commitment of 50,000 more nurses in the NHS in England alone by the end of this Parliament, we need a much larger increase than what we have seen today" says RCN Director for England, Mike Adams
Dame Donna Kinnair, RCN Chief Executive and General Secretary, said:“The Chancellor missed an opportunity to make long-term investments in health and care staff."
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and other health unions have won full sick pay for almost 15,000 carers workers employed by Four Seasons Health Care (FSHC).
“We welcome the clarity offered by this statement, confirming that those students in England who stepped forward to work during this pandemic will have their contracts honoured", say RCN Director for England, Mike Adams
Dame Donna Kinnair, RCN Chief Executive and General Secretary, said: "The loss of life we are seeing during the pandemic among healthcare staff is heart-breaking."
The Government must grant indefinite leave to remain to all international health and care workers who have worked in the UK during the pandemic, says the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).
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