The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (11-15/05)
  • Posted on: 15/05/2020
  • Category: Industry

The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (11-15/05)

COVID-19: A nurse swaps the Williams F1 team for a hospital ward, London’s nurses are offered a £250 reward for ‘unwavering determination’, and a UK trial of coronavirus drugs for the over 50s is looking for more UK volunteers.

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Coronavirus: Royal Family thanks world's nurses in video calls

The Queen and senior royals have called healthcare workers around the world to mark International Nurses Day amid the coronavirus pandemic.

London’s nurses offered £250 in ‘reward’ for their ‘unwavering determination’

The award by the RCN and Stelios Philanthropic Foundations are for "unwavering determination throughout the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic".

Coronavirus: Nurse swaps Williams F1 team for NHS wards

A former nurse has swapped a life in the fast lane of a Formula One team for the high-speed environment of a hospital ward battling coronavirus.

New coronavirus outbreaks 'inevitable without robust UK strategy'

Further outbreaks of coronavirus and rolling lockdowns are inevitable under government plans to ease restrictions and send people back to work in England without a robust strategy to suppress Covid-19, an independent group of scientists has warned.

Coronavirus: UK drug trial for over-50s recruiting

A trial of potential coronavirus drugs aimed at over-50s, who are vulnerable to developing serious symptoms, is looking to recruit more UK volunteers.

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