RM Nursing has been running its Basic Life Support (BLS) since earlier this year and we have successfully been filling weekly sessions. We are especially proud of this as we only initially planned to run the training every other week but demand has surpassed our expectations. Practicing defibrillator CPR procedure on a dummy Our highly trained team, including head compliance officer Darryll Bryant have been credited by those taking the BLS for how well they run the sessions.
The idea of a “7 day NHS” is one that many commentators have floated around for a long time and recent suggestions that nurses could be a key part of this plan add real substance. Nursing is poised at the forefront of this 7 day NHS, with huge talent pools across the UK, not to mention all other allied healthcare professionals that fall into the 24/7 working way of life. Utilising this already talented workforce to assure the NHS runs around the clock could well be the backbo
Shortfalls of nurses in the UK have reached highs of 24,000 this year alone, with cuts & immigration rules having the finger of blame pointed at them. Tougher immigration rules have meant that overseas nurses are required to pre arrange sponsorship from an employer in the UK. They must then leave the UK a maximum of six years later. This raises the question “Is it right to allow someone to become a valid member of the healthcare structure within the NHS and UK and then ask th