The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (05/11-09/11)
  • Posted on: 09/11/2018
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The Week In... Nursing + Healthcare (05/11-09/11)

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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Top UK health bodies demand new clean air act

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.

Artificial Intelligence to help save lives at five new technology centres

The Business Secretary has announced five new centres for excellence in AI for digital pathology and imaging, including Radiology.

NHS could be 51,000 nurses short post-Brexit

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.

UK to provide healthcare coverage for expat retirees in EU

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.