New E-learning tools to help health professionals prevent illness, a nursing associate apprenticeship to address the NHS skills gap, and EU healthcare professionals to still practise in the UK post-Brexit. Take a look at the top nursing and healthcare stories hitting headlines this week.
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Healthcare professionals who qualified in the European Union (EU) can continue to practise in the UK after Brexit, even in a no-deal scenario, the Government has confirmed.
E-learning tools provide quick access to information and advice to help improve approaches to preventing illness, protecting health and promoting wellbeing.
The Nursing Associate apprenticeship launched on Monday (9th April), will bridge the gap between health and care assistants and registered nurses and provide a progression route into graduate level nursing.
European health insurance cards (EHIC) may no longer be valid in the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Department of Health and Social Care has said.
The nation’s biggest volunteer recruitment drive since the Second World War has been launched by a charity with the aim of boosting people’s mental health and giving them a “high”.
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