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We're going to continue to bring you some positive and informative news from the medical industry each month, and if you are available for sessions, or know someone that is, please check our latest medical jobs below. Free coaching helping GP's to manage pandemic stress A study by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) has found that NHS England's 'Looking After You Too' coaching scheme was ‘effective in improving short-term perceived wellbeing and resilience’ in GPs and other primary care staff. The coaching was introduced at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 as NHS England attempted to help teams manage new situations and deal with the added pressure. Read more here (GP Online) Campaign aims to help India-trained nurses overcome barriers to UK registration The Nursing and Midwifery Council is being asked to urgently address a “miscarriage of justice” that means thousands of India-trained nurses have been unable to achieve registration, despite living and working in the UK for years. The nurses – who in many cases have gained British citizenship status – are “stuck” in unregistered roles in pay grades that do not match their skill sets, qualifications or experience, because they cannot pass the English language test to register as a nurse with the NMC. Read more here (Nursing Times) GP representatives to vote on policy to reduce core opening hours to 9-5 across UK Representatives attending the annual conference of UK local medical committees (LMCs) next month will vote on policy to reduce core GP hours to 9am until 5pm. Current core opening hours in UK general practice are 8am to 6.30pm. Avon LMC will propose the motion which says ‘urgent action’ should be taken to manage the imbalance between workload and workforce within general practice, and ‘demands that the core GP contract is reduced to the hours of 09.00 to 17.00’. Read more here (Pulse Today) 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 Medical Sessions Available ANP Solihull - Negotiable GP West Midlands West Midlands - Up to £80 - £90 ph ANP (GP Surgery) Kent - £49 - £50 ph GP Leicester - Up to £80 ph Locum ANP Esher - Up to £50 ph GP Manchester - £84 - £85 ph HCA South Tottenham - £10 - £12 ph OOH GP SE London - £80 - £85 ph GP (outside IR35) East London - £90 - £95 ph ANP (Outside IR35) Maidstone, Kent - Up to £50ph Form ID:4311
As we head further into the year (fingers crossed for warmer weather soon!) we're going to continue to bring you some positive and informative news from the medical industry, and if you are available for sessions, or know someone that is, please check our latest medical jobs below. Government to extend relaxed vaccine rules enabling wider workforce to administer jabs The Government intends to extend relaxed vaccine rules that placed paramedics and midwives amid a wider workforce that could administer Covid jabs during the pandemic. The Department of Health and Social Care said has said that an extended workforce is required to ensure that the Covid-19 vaccine can continue to be safely deployed at the necessary scale and pace required alongside influenza vaccine and other NHS activities. Read more here (Pulse Today) Colombia decriminalises abortion to lead the region on women’s rights Colombia has legalised abortion within the first 24 weeks of pregnancy, becoming the latest country in Latin America to increase access to the medical procedure. The country’s abortion legal framework is now the most advanced in Latin America and the Caribbean, setting a global precedent, say women’s rights groups. Read more here (BMJ) Campaign calls for newly registered nurses to receive 'vital' preceptorship A new campaign by Nursing Times, calls for consistent access to good-quality preceptorship for all newly registered nurses, midwives and nursing associates. In partnership with the union Unison and nursing charity the Florence Nightingale Foundation (FNF) they are addressing concerns that too many nursing professionals are missing out on vital support during the crucial early stages of their careers. Read more here (Nursing Times) Golden hello scheme drives surge in new GP partners More than 1,300 GPs have benefited from 'golden hello' payments worth up to £20,000 under an NHS scheme to encourage doctors to become partners for the first time. A total of 1,360 people were admitted to the New to Partnership Payment Scheme between its launch in July 2020 and the end of January 2022. Over £21.5m in total has been spent on the scheme, which is open to GPs and other healthcare professionals taking up a partnership role in a practice for the first time. Read more here (GP Online) Latest Jobs ANP Sessions Essex - £50 - £60 ph HCA - Covid Swabs Guildford - £12 - £13 ph GP Sessions Rochester - £84 - £85 ph GP Sessions SE London - £84- £84 ph Practice Nurse Harlow, Essex - £34 - £35 ph GP Sessions Leicester - £80 - £85 ph ANP Maidstone - £50 - £55 ph Practice Nurse Southend-on-sea - £30 - £35 ph View all jobs here Form ID:4311
Happy New Year greetings to everyone working for the NHS & Medical industry in any capacity. The last two years have been tough, but we're hoping for better things in 2022. Each month we are going to continue to provide the latest industry news, available sessions, and career advice. So grab a coffee, tea, or maybe something stronger... take a seat and have a read of our Medical Industry News checkup below. General practice delivered an unprecedented 367m appointments in 2021 GPs carried out 4.5 million more appointments last month than they did in December 2020, the latest data from NHS Digital shows. It brings the total appointments delivered in general practice to 367 million for the year – the highest ever and 17.% higher than for 2019 before the pandemic happened. A total of 29.1 million appointments happened in general practice in December of which 3.9 million were Covid vaccinations, figures show. This compares with 24.5 million in the same period the previous year and 24.1 million in 2019. Read more here (Pulse Today) Applications to study nursing reach record levels New report reveals a surge in 18-year-olds applying to study nursing in England, but RCN warns existing workforce must be better valued. The UCAS report, Who Are The Future Nurses?, says the record number of applications from 18-year-olds has been accompanied by an overall rise in the number of nursing applicants across all ages, with 28,815 choosing a nursing course in England as their first choice through UCAS. Published today (20 January) in collaboration with Health Education England (HEE,) the report highlights the significant role the COVID-19 pandemic has played in people’s decision to apply Read more here (RCN) Outpouring of support for GP who broke COVID rules to hug bereaved patient A GP who broke COVID-19 social distancing rules to hug a bereaved patient has received thousands of messages of support after contrasting his actions with those of Boris Johnson in a now-viral tweet. The retired GP says he has been "humbled" by the response to a social media post on why he broke Covid rules to hug a bereaved woman at a vaccine clinic. Dr Prit Buttar's Twitter thread has generated hundreds of responses and thousands of likes and retweets. Dr Buttar said that showed a "huge disconnection" from the lives of ordinary people. Read more here (BBC News) Covid-19: Advice on wider use of FFP3 masks should extend to GPs, BMA says FFP3 masks should be worn by staff caring for patients with suspected or confirmed respiratory viral infections that are spread by airborne transmission, such as SARS-CoV-2, winter guidance from the UK Health Security Agency has said. This is a change from previous guidance which said that high-grade masks should only be worn in intensive care units or where certain aerosol-generating procedures (AGPs) are carried out. The BMA has welcomed the recommendation but stressed that it must now also be extended to GP practices. 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 Practice Nurse - GP Surgery Wolverhampton - £80 - £85 ph GP Worcestershire - Up to £85 ph Prison GP SW London - Up to £80 ph Paramedic Norbiton SW London - £27 - £30 ph GP - Remote Work Remote - Up to £75 ph Practice Nurse SW London - Up to £30 ph Perm GP North London - Up to £80 ph Practice Nurse Birmingham - £29 - £32 ph Form ID:4311
Welcome to the November Medical News Checkup, we appreciate how hard you are working in any capacity to help protect the NHS and fight the spread of Covid-19 and deliver the vaccines. We're going to continue to bring you some positive and informative news from the medical industry, and if you are available for sessions, or know someone that is, please check our latest medical jobs below. Last Payroll Dates and Christmas Hours. The last payroll payment will be made on Friday 24th of Dec and that will be for work carried out in WC 13th of December. Any work carried out in WC 20th and WC 27th will be paid on the 7th of January 2022. The Eligo offices will be closed from Friday the 24th of Dec to Tuesday the 4th of Jan 2022. Calls will be diverted so if you need to speak to us for an urgent query please contact us as normal. The Eligo Medical team would like to thank you for your help and support throughout 2021 and look forward to working with you in 2022! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Latest Industry News Salaried GPs not required to disclose earnings over £150k, BMA confirms The BMA has confirmed that salaried GPs are not required to declare earnings above £150k. It also said that it is ‘unclear’ how NHS England will ‘police’ declarations and that any evidence sourced for monitoring via ‘illegitimate means’ will be ‘open to legal challenge’. It comes as eligible GPs have been given until tomorrow (12 November) to disclose their earnings from last year if they are £150,000 or more after the annual declaration became a legal requirement last month. However, BMA guidance updated today confirmed that salaried GPs and those ‘employed by a contractor or sub-contractor’ will not need to declare their earnings if above the threshold. Read more here (Pluse Today) Covid boosters over 90% effective in adults 50 years and over, study shows Boosters significantly improve protection against symptomatic Covid-19 in adults aged 50 and over, a UKHSA study has shown. The investigation, which is the first UK real-world study by UKHSA, showed that in adults aged over 49 who had two initial doses of AstraZeneca, protection against symptomatic Covid infection was 93.1% two weeks after they received a booster dose. For those who had a primary course of Pfizer, protection was 90.4%. The UKHSA compared vaccine effectiveness in people over 50 against symptomatic disease in ‘post-booster time intervals, with individuals at least 140 days post a second dose with no booster dose recorded’. Read more here (Pluse Today) NT Awards 2021: ‘Remarkable’ nurse professor wins lifetime achievement award Professor Laura Serrant has been recognised by the UK’s chief nursing officers for her outstanding achievements as a nurse leader and academic. Professor Serrant is head of nursing for North East and Yorkshire at Health Education England and professor of community and public health nursing at Manchester Metropolitan University. CNO for England Ruth May, who announced the award, described Professor Serrant as an “inspirational nurse academic” whose work has had a “profound impact on the development of academic nursing, nursing theory and service delivery in many sectors”. Read more here (Nursing Times) North West London trusts launch ‘collaborative bank’ of 20,000 nurses Four London trusts have created a new shared bank of nurses who can be called upon to fill gaps in rotas, amid nationwide nursing shortages and ongoing service pressures.The North West London Nurses Collaborative Bank will allow nurse bank members employed by the trusts to move between any of the organisations by booking onto shifts through an app. The trusts involved are Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust. The platform will enable the trusts to advertise vacant shifts to a "pool" of 20,000 registered nurses who work across the four organisations. Read more here (Nursing times) Project aims to help GPs tackle health inequalities in most deprived areas A new project, funded through the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy's (BEIS) Regulators’ Pioneer Fund, is aiming to support general practices to tackle health inequalities, particularly in deprived areas. The Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) will work closely with the CQC to look at best practice and innovative solutions that have a real impact on inequalities in access, experience, and outcomes in areas of high deprivation across the country. Read more here (GP Online) Latest Medical Sessions Pharmacist Manager Fareham - £45 - £50 ph Advanced Nurse Practitioner East Sussex - £30 - £50 ph Phlebotomist East Sussex - £10 - £12 ph Medical Receptionist East Sussex - £10 - £12 ph General Practioner Peckham - £80 - £85 ph Practice Nurse Sessions SW London - £29 - £30 ph Telephone triage ANP Derby - £47 - £55 ph Telephone triage ANP Nottingham - £47 - £55 ph Request an application pack below to sign up to Eligo Medical and you'll be able to choose from a variety of clinical or non-clincal opportunities, rates, locations and institutions. Form ID:4311
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