HEE confirms student nurse paid placements will continue until September, STADA Health Report 2020 looks at the future of health in Europe, male patient plasma contains higher levels of COVID-19 antibodies, and a ‘swab-free’ coronavirus test is trialled in the UK.
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Men who have had coronavirus are being urged to donate plasma from their blood to be used in research into treatments for Covid-19.
Health Education England has been forced to confirm it is not cutting paid placements shortly after outcry from student nurses and midwives on social media.
A topic which has caused much debate across the continent is the possibility of compulsory vaccinations. A total of 82% of Europeans support the idea. In all countries, the share of proponents clearly outweighs the sceptics.
Researchers in the UK have started testing a coronavirus test that would do away with the need to swab the nose and throat, and instead use a saliva sample that could be easily taken at home.
A Conservative MP has claimed that the government has “no plans” to backdate a new £5,000 grant for student nurses as they “are not deemed to be providing a service”.
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