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Success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts. -Winston Churchill

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Northern Ireland nurse explains why he will again strike

A nurse who went on strike three years ago to fight for better pay and improved staffing has told Nursing Times why he is getting ready to do the same again in the coming weeks. Conor McDowell, a senior nurse manager at a large acute…

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Health visitors warn of ‘lasting impact’ of Covid-19 on families

The Covid-19 pandemic is having a “lasting impact” on the health and wellbeing of children, health visitors have warned in a new report. The report, published by the Institute of Health Visiting and the First 1001 Days Movement, surveyed 555 professionals from across the UK,…

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Nurse strike dates announced by the RCN

The Royal College of Nursing has announced the first two dates that nursing staff across England, Wales and Northern Ireland will go on strike. The strike action will take place on Thursday 15 December and Tuesday 20 December. "Nursing staff have had enough of being…

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Scottish Government puts forward ‘best and final’ nurse pay offer

The Scottish Government has put forward a “best and final” pay offer for NHS staff which would see them receive an average 7.5% uplift. The pay offer means that staff working on Agenda for Change contracts will receive pay rises ranging from £2,205 to £2,751,…

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‘Startling’ increase in mental health service demand

There was an increase of more than 16% in the number of people using NHS mental services in England last year, NHS data show. Figures published by NHS Digital today revealed that during 2021-22, 3,256,695 people used NHS secondary mental health, learning disabilities and autism…

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Unison health workers vote to strike in Northern Ireland

Health workers at the union Unison have become the latest in Northern Ireland to vote for strike as part of the escalating UK-wide NHS pay dispute. Unison has now joined other unions including the Royal College of Nursing and GMB in receiving a mandate from…

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Nursing support workers celebrated on third annual recognition day

The “invaluable” contribution of nursing support workers across health and social care has been celebrated today as part of the Royal College of Nursing’s third annual Nursing Support Workers Day. This year the RCN has highlighted the critical role nursing support workers play by launching…

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RCN to push ahead with December pay strikes

Nurses are set to go ahead with strike action next month after the government failed to meet an ultimatum set by the Royal College of Nursing. The RCN has today confirmed that more than five days after it asked the UK Government to commit to…

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NT Workforce: Managers ‘caught between staff and government’ over pay

The decision by thousands of nurses to vote for strike action has been described by the chief executive of NHS Employers as a “difficult but significant step”. During a keynote speech at this year’s Nursing Times Workforce Summit, Danny Mortimer highlighted the “challenges” around potential…

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Winners of the 2022 Nursing Times Workforce Awards revealed

A prison nursing leader, an overseas nurse ambassador, and a trust that has almost wiped out its nursing vacancies are among those recognised in the 2022 Nursing Times Workforce Awards. The winners were announced this evening during a ceremony at the Hilton London Metropole attended…

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NT Workforce: ‘Vital’ role of preceptorship must be valued

The value of preceptorship in supporting newly registered nurses must not be underestimated, a roundtable has heard. Discussions around preceptorship took place at the Nursing Times Workforce Summit, held in London today. Audience members were asked to reflect on a survey published this year by…

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NT Workforce: Chief nurse issues staff wellbeing message

The chief nurse of Health Education England (HEE) has branded it a “travesty” that some nurses are feeling forced to quit the profession soon after qualifying due to poor workplace cultures. Professor Mark Radford also used his keynote address the Nursing Times Workforce Summit 2022…

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NT Workforce: Pay ‘increasingly’ important for nurse retention

Pay has “significantly increased up the agenda” on the list of issues deemed critical to nurse retention, an exclusive Nursing Times conference has heard. Professor Mark Radford, chief nurse at Health Education England and deputy chief nursing officer at NHS England, has given a keynote…

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Health secretary ‘fails to see urgency’ of nurse pay dispute

The threat of nurse strike action continues to grow as the Royal College of Nursing is left disappointed by the health secretary’s latest comments on pay. Health and social care secretary Steve Barclay appeared on BBC One’s Sunday with Laura Kuenssberg programme yesterday and claimed…

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