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Welcome to the Medical Monthly Checkup We appreciate how hard healthcare and clinical staff are working in any capacity to help protect the NHS and fight the spread of Covid-19 and deliver the vaccines. So, we're going to continue to bring you some positive news from the medical industry that will offer a breath of fresh air amid the gloom that is surrounding the topic of coronavirus. And if you are available for sessions, or know someone that is, please check our latest medical jobs below. Once again, we would like to say a big thank you! Senior doctors in England to be consulted on NHS pay offer Senior doctors in England will be asked whether they want to consider industrial action over the 3% pay rise offered by the government. The British Medical Association union says tens of thousands of hospital consultants will be contacted and previously said industrial action may be considered if senior doctors were not given at least a 5% rise. The Department of Health was criticised over its previous stance that only a 1% rise was affordable. But earlier this week, ministers announced a 3% pay rise offer following a recommendation from an independent pay review body. Read more here (BBC News) New service to answer patients' Covid vaccination records queries Patients in England will soon be able to access a dedicated service to answer their specific queries about Covid vaccination records. The service is expected to go live in August, with NHS Digital to provide more information when available. The news comes as GPs have complained that patient phone calls about accessing the NHS App ‘Covid Pass’ feature were adding to their workload. Over 1.3 million new people have registered with the app to show their vaccine status since the feature was announced on 7 May, according to the Government. Read more here (Pulse Today) Amanda Pritchard confirmed as NHS chief executive at 'pivotal time' for health service NHS England has confirmed that Amanda Pritchard will take over as its chief executive from 1 August - becoming the first woman in health service history to hold the post. Ms Pritchard, currently NHS England chief operating officer, has a long health service career behind her - starting as a graduate management trainee in 1997 and moving on to a number of other health service management roles. Ms Pritchard, who will take on control of the £130bn annual NHS budget, said: 'I am honoured to lead the NHS, particularly as the first woman chief executive of an organisation whose staff are more than three quarters female. Read more here (GP Online) Challenging the CQC - Advice for GP practices Challenging the CQC can be a daunting prospect for GP practices, especially given that GPs and their practice managers are so busy. Interactions with the CQC can be laborious and require focus to address and respond to the plethora of enforcement action the regulator has at its disposal. However, it is important that practices do challenge where there are grounds to do so, as a failure to do this could have a material impact on the future of the practice. The CQC’s model of regulation is in the process of transitioning so that the focus is more on those services that pose a greater risk. Read more here (GP Online) Real shift is seen in practice for LGBTQ+ nurses A group of nurses and health professionals have spoken to Nursing Times about the progress made in ensuring NHS staff from the LGBTQ+ community feel safe and supported at work. Discrimination and inequalities do still exist, and it is important to “shine a light” on disparities, increase visibility and hold people to account over failings, they said. But they also largely agreed that an increasing presence of LGBTQ+ staff networks in the NHS were helping to drive positive change and minimise feelings of “isolation” experienced by nurses and colleagues in the LGBTQ+ community. Read more here (Nursing Times) Latest Medical Sessions GP Sessions SW London - £90 - £95 ph GP West Midlands - £80 - £90 ph ANP (Flexible sessions) West Midlands - £35 -£55 ph Practice Nurse Harlow - £23 - £30 ph B6 Nurse/Clinical Advisor (phone triage) Croydon - £23 - £43 ph B6 Nurse/Clinical Advisor (phone triage) Barking - £23 - £43 ph Self Employed GP West Midlands - Competitive rates Self Employed ANP West Midlands - Competitive rates Band 6 Nurse for UTC East London - £30 - £35 ph Telephone Triage ANP South London - £35 - £65ph Form ID:4359
Welcome to the Medical Monthly Checkup We appreciate how hard healthcare and clinical staff are working in any capacity to help protect the NHS and fight the spread of Covid-19 and deliver the vaccines. So, we're going to continue to bring you some positive news from the medical industry that will offer a breath of fresh air amid the gloom that is surrounding the topic of coronavirus. And if you are available for sessions, or know someone that is, please check our latest medical jobs below. Once again, we would like to say a big thank you! Medical Industry News NHS nurses gain more flexible working rights under new agreement A range of restrictions on NHS flexible working requests are to be scrapped, following an agreement between health service employers and unions aimed at boosting work-life balance and staff retention. Under the deal, nurses working in the health service will be able to make an unlimited number of applications for flexible working per year, instead of the current one. They will also be able to submit applications without having to justify requests or provide specific reasons. Read more here (Nursing Times) Petition calling for legal protection of ‘nurse’ title passes key milestone A new petition calling on the government to protect the job title "nurse" in UK law has gained more than 10,000 signatures already, meaning ministers must respond with a statement. The petition was launched just five days ago on Monday and calls for the title of “nurse” to be protected in UK law so that only those qualified and registered can use it. Currently, the title “registered nurse” is protected but “nurse” alone is not, meaning anyone can legally call themselves a nurse. Read more here (Nursing Times) GP referral technology cuts hospital appointments by just under two thirds Data has revealed that GPs who use specialist referral technology to manage patients are able to cut the number of hospital appointments they make by just under two-thirds. The data, from Kinesis Advice & Guidance (A&G), involved 3,086 GPs and 850 consultants using its technology and revealed it cut the number of hospital appointments by 63%. Kinesis Advice & Guidance’s technology works by facilitating GPs to request information directly from consultants, if they’re unsure of how to treat a patient. Read more here (Digital Health) England’s top nurse says NHS should continue to recruit staff from overseas England’s chief nurse has said international recruitment to help fill NHS staff shortages should continue just days after reports suggested Baroness Dido Harding wanted to end the practice as part of her pitch to take over the NHS. Posting on twitter NHS England’s top nurse Ruth May said the health service was at its best when its workforce reflected the community it serves. England’s chief nurse said since it was founded in 1948, the NHS and its patients “have benefitted from the skills of health and care professionals drawn from more than 200 nationalities. Read more here (Independent) CQC plans to carry out remote checks on GP practices ‘every month’ The CQC is planning to carry out remote checks on each GP practice every month to assess its risk to patients and publish an update on its website if the practice is deemed as a low risk, starting from next month. The CQC said it is ‘moving on’ from its transitional monitoring approach – that was brought in during the Covid pandemic – to a new system that includes a ‘monthly check of the information and data’ it holds on GP practices. The new monitoring approach has been piloted in the Midlands and East of England since 15 June, but will extend to the rest of the country from July. Read more here (BMJ) How to manage burnout as a nurse or doctor Working as a nurse or doctor can be a rewarding career, but it can also be notoriously stressful especially during these times. On-going stress and constant pressure in the workplace can often lead nurses and doctors to suffer from exhaustion and in some cases, burnout. Mental health is equally as important as physical health and as a doctor, nurse, or medical professional it can be hard to self-diagnose burnout. Read more about burnout and tips to manage it here Latest Medical Sessions Salaried GP East London East London - £74,000 - £88,500 Practice Nurse (Flexible shifts) West Midlands - £22 - £30 ph Locum GP East Midlands - £80 -£90 ph RGNs & RMNs sessions HMP prisons West Midlands - £23 - £30 ph Locum ANP West Midlands - £35 - £55 ph Locum GP Basingstoke - £720 per day ANP - Urgent Care Centre Luton - Up to £50 ph Locum GP West Midlands - £80 - £90 ph Practice Nurse - GP Surgery Birmingham - £22 - £30 ph GP Sessions South West London - Up to £80 ph
Welcome to the Medical Monthly Checkup We appreciate how hard healthcare and clinical staff are working in any capacity to help protect the NHS and fight the spread of Covid-19 and deliver the vaccines. So, we're going to continue to bring you some positive news from the medical industry that will offer a breath of fresh air amid the gloom that is surrounding the topic of coronavirus. And if you are available for sessions, or know someone that is, please check our latest medical jobs below. Once again, we would like to say a big thank you! RCN poll finds 71% believe nurses deserve more recognition To mark Nurses' Day 2021 on the 12th May, The Royal College of Nursing ran a poll canvassing 1,752 UK adults. The poll found that media coverage of the pandemic had been an “eye opener” and revealed the “full range of skills and duties” nurses were required to undertake, respondents said. More than half of respondents (54%) said media coverage of the nurses’ work during the pandemic has helped to improve their recognition of their skills. Nursing staff have enjoyed huge public support during the pandemic with nearly three quarters (71%) of respondents saying they deserve more recognition. Read more here (Royal College of Nursing) BMJ appeal raises £60 000 for the Independent Food Aid Network Food aid charities have bought personal protective equipment (PPE) for staff and volunteers and helped feed children during school closures as a result of the funds raised by The BMJ’s 2020-21 annual appeal. The appeal raised £60 116 (€69 394, $83 416) for the Independent Food Aid Network (IFAN), a charity that focuses on the root causes of food poverty while supporting local organisations that work to tackle its immediate effects. The money enabled food banks and other food aid organisations to buy essential PPE to keep staff, volunteers, and clients safe and provided essential items for families living in food and fuel poverty. Read more here (BMJ) Covid-19: Vaccines will be tested against variants of concern after £29m funding boost from UK government The efficacy of different covid-19 vaccines against variants of concern, including those first identified in the UK and South Africa, will be assessed by Public Health England after a funding boost from the government. The UK government’s Vaccine Taskforce has announced £29.3m (€34m; $40.8m) in extra funding for new facilities at Porton Down in Wiltshire, which will increase the site’s capacity for testing variant samples from 1500 to 3000 a week. This is on top of a £19.7m investment approved last September to increase capacity for clinical testing of vaccines. The UK is set to roll out a third booster vaccine dose in the autumn to certain groups of people for extra protection over the winter. Read more here (BMJ) Nursing memoir takes to the stage Dates have been announced for the first performances of the theatrical adaptation of The Language of Kindness: A Nurse’s Story. Author Christie Watson who is Patron of the RCN Foundation and was a guest speaker at RCN Congress 2018, wrote the book about her 20 years’ experience as a nurse. It aimed to dispel myths that nurses were anything other than “rigorously trained safety critical” professionals. She said: “Nurses do not want to be stigmatised as handmaidens, as angels, and certainly not as heroes – a term that has become politically convenient, allowing the legitimisation of low pay and worse, inadequate PPE. Read more here (Royal College of Nursing) How to manage burnout as a nurse or doctor Working as a nurse or doctor can be a rewarding career, but it can also be notoriously stressful especially during these times. On-going stress and constant pressure in the workplace can often lead nurses and doctors to suffer from exhaustion and in some cases, burnout. Mental health is equally as important as physical health and as a doctor, nurse or medical professional it can be hard to self-diagnose burnout. Read more about burnout and tips to manage it here Latest Medical Sessions Practice Nurse Sessions SW London - £29 - £30 ph GP HMP Sessions North London - £80 - £85 ph Advanced Nurse Practitioner Madistone, Kent - Up to £50 ph Locum GP Enfield - Up to £80 ph Medical Administrator North East UK - £8 - £9 ph Locum ANP Birmingham - £45 - £50 ph RGNs & RMNs sessions HMP prisons Nationwide - £23 - £30 ph Salaried GP Madistone, Kent - £74,000 - £88,500 Advanced Nurse Practitioner North London - Up to £50 ph GP HMP Prison Stockton-on-Tees - £80 - £85 ph ⭐Stars of the month⭐ These clinicians always go above and beyond to help out with last-minute sessions. They are dedicated, flexible, diligent, and show true passion towards their roles. Eligo has heard nothing but great praise from clients that these clinicians currently work for! Dr Kapadia Linda Thomas
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