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THE ROYAL Commission on Long-Term Care for the Elderly has attacked the government for dragging its heels over helping pensioners.
NURSING UNIONS' response to this year's pay award was mixed, with some saying the above inflation boost was still not high enough to keep nurses in the NHS.
MIDWIVES HAVE to lobby government and trusts for greater recognition if they want to stay in the race for well paid professional development, midwives will tell the Royal College of Midwives… (More)
MORE EVIDENCE has emerged to show nursing directors are underpaid and one in four are so stressed they want to leave their jobs.
TALKS ARE underway to draw up a single professional code of conduct covering doctors and nurses.
PUBLIC SECTOR unions have dashed over the issue of who should hand out medicines to children in schools.
MIDWIVES HAVE been advised to reassess their practice after an independent midwife was reprimanded by UKCC following the death of a baby in her care. Caroline Flint, a former president of the Royal… (More)