The survey of over 18,000 nurses, conducted by AMN Healthcare Services, showed that 30% of the participants are looking to quit their career, up 7 percentage points over 2021, when the pandemic-triggered wave of resignations began.
The trial will be conducted by the National Health Service in the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust area from next week.
The NMC's annual report showed 48 per cent of the 48,436 new nurses and midwives were from other countries, with 66 per cent from India or the Philippines.
Union bashing: it’s the same tired old song, deployed whenever the Tories are feeling the pinch. And sometimes even when they aren’t. In that respect, Liz Truss raging against “militant unions” and their alleged part in her comical “anti-growth coalition” was just so much scratched vinyl. My, how that party needs a new stylus.
It always happens and in every part of the world. People who serve quietly, serve diligently and serve efficiently are invariably neglected by the authorities. In my opinion, there are two reasons for that. First, they who serve diligently rarely get the time to
Let me start with a quote “If love can’t cure it, nurses can”. To put it very succinctly, I just want to thank all the nurses around the world for their dedication, effort, energy, and hard work they put in while taking care of their patients. Unfortunately, many of us
Even driving examiners in parts of the UK are putting the brakes on duty for the rest of the week. Postal workers start their latest two-day stoppage on Wednesday. Civil servants and Border Force officials are also likely to take action on the same lines.
The country, whose hospitals bore the brunt of a record second surge in infections and deaths in April and May due to the Delta variant, has seen new cases plateauing around 10,000 in the past few weeks. But the detection of the Omicron variant in the southern state of Karnataka, has raised concerns of a third wave of infections.
Titled "Thank You, Guardians of health and wellness" the campaign aims to highlight the heroic efforts of nursing staff and celebrate their dedication and sincerity while responding to all humanitarian, professional, and national duties.
The writer Maya Angelou once said, “As a nurse, we have the opportunity to heal the heart, mind, soul and body of our patients, their families and ourselves. They may not remember your name but they will never forget the way you made them feel.”