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Prof Jane Ball
Researching healthcare workforce: and effective workforce management. Deputy Head of School (Research & Enterprise)
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Jackie Bridges Jan 14
Nursing as a group has a funny relationship with research. We’re hoping this series explains its relevance to health care in an accessible way and gives people some useful ways to think about using research to inform practice
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Dr Elaine Maxwell PhD Jan 14
new series from ⁦⁩ in ⁦⁩ on the journey of a research project led by ⁦⁩ Lifecycle of a research project 1: why research into care matters | Clinical | Nursing Timesavers
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Louise Wood Jan 11
Please RT and help spread the word about this important research opp
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John Baker Jan 8
Has anyone seen/got good mental health crisis policies for students? Help appreciated.
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Prof Jane Ball Jan 8
Thank you Hester!
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Prof Jane Ball Jan 7
“Whether the plan can be delivered relies critically on tackling workforce shortages.”
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Helen McKenna Jan 7
is being published at midday today, but from announcements over weekend & this morning there is lots to welcome. However, with staff shortages of over 100,000 right now a credible strategy to address workforce gaps is needed if NHS is to deliver on its ambitions
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Stephen Charleston Jan 7
Pleasing to see that nursing as a graduate-level profession features prominently as part of the .... 'Whilst other routes are important, restoring growth in this route is central to the success of the Long Term Plan'
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Prof Jane Ball Jan 4
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Prof Jane Ball Jan 4
Thank you for compiling this and for having the vision & commitment to come up with this great way of celebrating nursing & nurses. I feel honoured to be a part of it. Thank you!
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Prof Jane Ball Dec 31
HNY! Yes, it’s just another day - little different from the last. But there’s something about the symbolism of it, coming after a blurred period of social festivity, that makes it seem like a real chance to rethink. Another chance to make the best of what life offers us
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Prof Jane Ball Dec 30
Replying to @trishgreenhalgh
Coda-review? Post Script review?
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Prof Jane Ball Dec 30
”We are looking for a new Chief Executive & General Secretary to bring a fresh approach & a new drive to the challenges we face as a profession. This is a job like no other and we are looking for someone with energy, passion & true leadership ability” ⁦
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Prof Jane Ball Dec 29
Replying to @maxwele2 @nohandsup
Refined AND sympathetic. R&S - classic.
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Prof Jane Ball Dec 28
But the green is so restful a colour...! When’s 6th out?
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Prof Jane Ball Dec 28
This is the best possible support you can get from It’ll stand you in good stead for years to come.
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Vari Drennan#PeoplesVote Dec 23
Just out in print version - research paper exploring the apparent paradox between health policies and the decline in district nurses - More care out of hospital?
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Dr Elaine Maxwell PhD Dec 21
The first economic evaluation of nurses v. Care Assistants? Agnes Jones 1867 Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary
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Howard Catton Dec 5
The scale of the global RN shortage means some Country’s are looking at assistant/support roles to fill the gaps - this significant evidence is a huge red flag against RN substitution policies. Thank you and will share and cite
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Shaun Lintern Dec 19
Takes 3 years to train a nurse, much less for post-grad training. This is a crisis predicted over 5 years ago. In a decade it should be possible to resolve this. A failure of the NHS leadership.
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