Archive for the ‘Nurses’ Category

One born every minute? 4 born every second!

New interactive counter designed by Stem Cell Storage Company Smart Cells reveals how many babies are born on each continent, every second, minute and hour that passes. They also revealed the percentage of children under 5 who have the blood disease anaemia, had access to prenatal healthcare and had a healthcare professional attend the birth. […]

THOUSANDS MORE CARE WORKERS NEEDED IN WALES BY 2030

Wales will need thousands more people to work in caring roles with adults and children by 2030 if it is to keep pace with the growing demand for care services and provide support for communities across the country. To help attract more people to work in care, a national campaign called WeCare has been launched […]

Routes into nursing – what are your options?

Nursing is a challenging but hugely rewarding profession, and whether you’re planning to work for the NHS or a private healthcare, you’re guaranteed a career that’s always filled with variation, opportunities and new people. Depending on your background and prior experience, there are several different routes into a nursing role – this article will help […]