Here’s what’s making news in the nursing and healthcare sectors this week! Including articles on demands for a new clean air act, the introduction of five new dedicated AI tech centres, and the UK government’s bill to provide healthcare for EU pensioner expats post-Brexit, these are the top nursing and healthcare stories we think are worth reading. Take a look!
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The Royal College of Nursing, British Medical Association and BMJ are among several healthcare bodies calling for a revamp to tackle the ‘crisis’ of toxic air.
The Business Secretary has announced five new centres for excellence in AI for digital pathology and imaging, including Radiology.
Renewed concerns over a shortfall of nurses post-Brexit after the latest review suggests Britain could be left an additional 10,000 nurses short of previous prediction.
The British government has put forward a bill aimed at continuing the funding of EU-based British expat pensioners’ healthcare in the event of a no-deal Brexit.