The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (02-06/09)
  • Posted on: 06/09/2019
  • Category: Industry

The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (02-06/09)

The BMA warns a no-deal Brexit could worsen a winter healthcare crisis, NICE recommends a novel gene therapy for a rare inherited eye disorder, NHS nurses are to be given funding to help develop their careers, and NHS Digital pushes the pros of digital tools. 

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NHS Nurses to be given £1,000 each to spend on training in bid to stop staff leaving

Nurses will be given £1,000 each over three years to help their careers develop in an effort by the Government to stop staff leaving the NHS.

Government urged to renew 'do no harm' pledge on public health

Top health organisations want new commitment to EU’s high standards after no-deal Brexit.

NICE recommends novel gene therapy treatment for rare inherited eye disorder

A novel gene therapy treatment for rare inherited eye disorder has been recommended by NICE for use on the NHS.

No deal threatens to exacerbate winter crisis

A no-deal Brexit followed by a winter crisis would see the NHS struggle to provide safe care to patients, the BMA has warned.

NHS Digital says digital health tools improve access to healthcare

NHS Digital said that a recently undertaken project has shown how digital health tools helped in enhancing access to healthcare for patients suffering from hearing and sight loss.

What commissioners need to transform healthcare

Dr Graham Jackson, co-chair at NHS Clinical Commissioners, outlines how CCGs can best deliver the goals outlined in the Long Term Plan and perform at their highest quality.

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