British Nurse infected with Ebola brought to UK for treatment

William Pooley airlifted back to the UK for treatment after contracting Ebola in Sierra Leone British Nurse William Pooley has been brought back to the UK to be treated. He was airlifted in a specially adapted Royal Airforce cargo plane....

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Annual HC2014 The National Health IT Conference & Exhibition

HC2014 The National Health IT Conference & Exhibition offers a wealth of information, over 2 days, about IT in modern healthcare 19th & 20th March 2014. Once registered for this free to attend event, you will be able to login...

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Fantastic Nursing Jobs in the UAE

We recently ran an advert on the Nursing Agencies List for A&E Nurses to work in Abu Dhabi, UAE. On the face of it the job seemed fantastic and the pay was even more so - £61,167 per year...

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US Nurse Salaries By State & City

The salaries for a nurse in the USA have been rising steadily and significantly for the past decade, and these increases show no sign of stopping in the upcoming decade. The demand is particularly high in the areas of...

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Nursing Programs In US Colleges Expanding — But Not Fast Enough

In response to the growing demand of nurse jobs in the USA, many colleges and universities are developing larger nursing programs -- including the UAB School of Nursing, which has nearly tripled its admissions from 650 students to more...

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US Department Of Labor Reports Dramatic Increases In Healthcare Jobs

The United States Department of Labor has released its projected job report through 2020, and is predicting nearly across-the-board increases in job openings for those working in nursing and allied healthcare. The growth in both demand and pay is consistent...

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With Travel Nurses On Staff, in the USA, Everyone Wins!

The reports are out: demand for healthcare staffing has been on the rise for years, is already enormous today, and will be continuing to increase both drastically and indefinitely. Word from the US Department of Labor is that ten of...

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CPD for Nurses in Australia

Renewal of Australian Registration for all nurses is required by 31 May 2012. In order to be able to renew their licence nurses are required to show that they have undertaken continuing professional development. Australian Registered Nurses are required to complete 20...

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Nurses Day in Australia

Greetings to nurses in the UK and across the world. Australian Nurses celebrated International Nurses Day on May 12 with many activities across the country where the valued services performed and supported by Nursing staff were recognised.

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Nursing seen as a job growth area for migrants

Courier Mail April 14-15 2012 advises current opening for nurses at 19,000 and expected to grow and a predicted gap of between 80,000 and 147,000 by 2025, with around 30,000 new jobs being created each year the first step...

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