After seven years of wage austerity for nurses, the Government is to scrap the NHS pay cap.
The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has called for the pay cap on nurses’ wages to be lifted after it was revealed inflation has hit a four-year high and continues to outpace pay growth.Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) showed inflation running at 2.9% in May this year, as pay growth slowed to 1.7%.
Primary care nurses (PCNs) who feel ignored or sidelined must make their voices heard over pay and staffing complaints, according to the chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing.
Congratulations and a huge thank you to our chair, Dr. Barbara Stuttle CBE presented by our committee member Marion
Barbara received a well deserved standing ovation yesterday after serving many years as chair to the Association for Prescribers.
Nearly 95% of nurses due to revalidate between July and September have completed the process, according to data from the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC).
Around 70% of mental health nurses think that the NHS is not capable of treating the growing number of people referred to them, a study by the guardian on behalf of the Royal College for Nursing (RCN) has found.
This autumn, our focus is on Managing Change in the NHS of 2016 and beyond. This is a free training course, for all pharmacy professionals and nurse prescribers where we will address the best way to deal with change.
Attached is a copy of the training course agenda and a flier which gives details of all the locations across where we will be holding the course.
To allow as many Pharmacy Professionals and Prescribers as possible to benefit from this great opportunity, we would be grateful if you could share the details of this free, one-day training event with your contacts in yours and other surrounding areas.
If you have any questions relating to this or future Pharmacy Management events, we will be happy to hear from you.
THERE WILL BE A TRAVEL BURSARY AVAILABLE ON APPLICATION
The Royal Pharmaceutical Society has published this professional guidance for the specials. This is an update of the resource first published in 2011 by the National Prescribing Centre. In 2011 the National Prescribing Centre became part of the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE). The Royal Pharmaceutical Society is updating the guidance in agreement with NICE and the intention is that the RPS will maintain the guidance in the future.