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Thank you to all our Care Teams

#Commitment #Dedication #Professionalism These are our values of our people to provide the best #care. This is what our care teams demonstrate on a daily basis. Our sincere gratitude goes out to all our care teams. In these moments, this is more true than ever. #Carers, #Nurses, #Supervisors, #Coordinators, Compliance Team, Recruiters, Admin Support, Finance …

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Give a Day Back

Christmas for a lot of people is a season of joy, gifts, food, warmth and family. But for others, Christmas can be lonely, stressful and sad. This festive season, we decided it would be a great idea to start a ‘Give a Day Back’ scheme. Each of our office staff will take a day out of …

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What is asthma

What is asthma?

Asthma is a long-term condition that affects your airways – the tubes that carry air in and out of your lungs. You could say that someone with asthma has ‘sensitive’ airways that are inflamed and ready to react when they come into contact with something they don’t like. Asthma tends to run in families, especially …

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The benefits of physical activity for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

What are the benefits? For all children, the benefits of engaging in regular physical activity are well-established. Focus is often cast on physical benefits such as improved cardio-vascular fitness, reduced risk of becoming overweight or obese, and increased bone and muscle strength. These are especially important for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) …

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There’s still time for members and the public to make sure leaders are made accountable for safe nurse staffing levels in England.

More than 5,000 RCN members and supporters have so far taken action to help bring an end to the ongoing workforce crisis affecting health and care services in England. When the NHS Long Term Plan was published earlier this year, the College welcomed its ambitious direction. But we said that to deliver the plan, there …

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The safest way to travel

Did you know that across the hospital, within the walls, floors and corridors, patient blood samples whizz from our wards to the labs, via the chute, where they’re processed and used for diagnostics? In the blink of an eye, every lab sample is propelled through a network of tubes. In a hospital the size of GOSH, …

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