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Confidence in UK’s post-Brexit healthcare sector on the wane

Confidence in UK’s post-Brexit healthcare sector on the wane

The CBI report also points to the steep decline in EU nurses and midwives working in the health service – down 87% between April 2017 and March 2018 – which must be tackled

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    The service uses mobile technology to connect community health workers to specialist health professionals via teleconsultation centres that are staffed around the clock by doctors, nurses and midwives.

  • Sanofi launches online community for midwives Sanofi launches online community for midwives

    Sanofi launches online community for midwives. Connecting Midwives follows in the footsteps of the company's Connecting Nurses community. ... Sanofi has launched a new online community for midwives that it hopes will enable them to share experiences,

  • France firm on pharma regulation

    It must also be delivered in report form to the six professional organisations in France – for physicians, nurses, midwives, kinesitherapists, pharmacists and dentists.

  • Another world

    This is an approach that is currently being followed by Southampton University, which is using virtual worlds as a training tool for midwives.

  • NHS Evidence calls for guidance accreditation

    The National Patient Safety Agency and the Royal College of Midwives are currently awaiting a decision on their suitability for accreditation.

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  • A better future, or too ambitious to be true?

    Those, who unlike my wife and children, are not fortunate enough to be close to skilled midwives and doctors, hospitals with the right equipment, accessible medicines and vaccinations.

  • Tommy’s chooses Waggener Edstrom for Midwife Support

    Tommy’ s chooses Waggener Edstrom for Midwife Support. Agency will conduct UK-wide survey among midwives. ... London, 3 November 2014 – Tommy’ s, the baby charity, has chosen Waggener Edstrom to partner with them in conducting large-scale outreach

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