Pay Cuts For Nurses: The effects.
It seems the pay freeze of 1% rise actually affects nurses more than appears at face value.
Pay woes at the expense of patients?
It appears the government not willing to increase the salaries of junior doctors but at the same time junior doctors are crying out for a pay rise. Briefly looking at both sides, how much would be enough of a pay rise to satisfy the junior doctors? I doubt £1 per hour is enough, but from the government point of view, a £1 increment is a lot. There are 50 000 junior doctors, and most of them work more than 37.5hrs a week, but if we assume they worked 37.5hrs, a £1 increase will see the government pumping out an extra £1 875 000 a week………….but, like I said, I doubt a £1 per hour increase will be enough! What will be the outcome?
Medical History Breakthrough after parents refuse to let baby die from Leukaemia.
Pros and cons of using hidden cameras, and the debate goes on………
Why do most Agencies fail to deliver?
“Lack of continuity, late calls, insufficiently experienced staff and little opportunity for feedback” are some of the reasons why healthcare organisations are failing the public.
How safe are we in the hands of locum staff at NHS hospitals?
40,000 elderly in care system ‘going hungry’
Six out of 10 elderly or disabled people in England who requested social care turned down or sent elsewhere, official figures show.
Surge in elderly neglect allegations
Reports of neglect in care of elderly or disabled people jump 13 per cent as more are left to cope at home.