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Brexit woes deepen as RCN shows fall in number of EU nurses coming to UK after vote

29/03/2017Brexit woes deepen as RCN shows fall in number of EU nurses coming to UK after vote

The number of EU nurses joining the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) register to work in the UK fell by a quarter immediately after the refere... more >
Only a quarter of key NHS leadership roles held by women

29/03/2017Only a quarter of key NHS leadership roles held by women

The NHS still has a severe lack of women holding positions in key senior roles, including as medical directors or chief financial officers, and h... more >
Last Keogh review trust taken out of special measures

29/03/2017Last Keogh review trust taken out of special measures

A Cumbria hospital trust was today taken out of special measures after demonstrating major improvement in its delivery of care to patients to the... more >
NHS staff hit back as Hunt unveils latest real-terms pay cut

28/03/2017NHS staff hit back as Hunt unveils latest real-terms pay cut

NHS staff will receive a pay rise of 1% from 1 April, but this will actually amount to a pay cut in real terms as the inflation rate currently st... more >
WHAPPG slams ‘unacceptable’ treatment quality for women’s health problems

28/03/2017WHAPPG slams ‘unacceptable’ treatment quality for women’s health problems

The diagnosis and treatment of women’s conditions such as fibroid and endometriosis across the country is “unacceptable” as pat... more >
NHS England to cut low-value medicines from prescriptions

28/03/2017NHS England to cut low-value medicines from prescriptions

The NHS will no longer prescribe medicines which are easily available over-the-counter including, antihistamines and suncream in an effort to fin... more >