More than half of hospital staff in England wouldn’t eat food served to patients because it’s unhealthy and of poor quality, according to a survey by UNISON published today (Wednesday). Many NHS employees and those working for private firms, including nurses, porters and those in administrative roles, also reveal nutritious meals aren’t available to buy […]
Findings are based on a new survey, Mental Health Matters, of more than 600 employees across the UK who mainly work in the NHS.
Responding to the transfer of more than 700 staff at Chesterfield Royal Hospital Trust to a new private arm’s-length company this week
Pioneering charter showing how volunteers can make a valuable contribution to the NHS in England, without undermining paid staff or affecting patient safety, is being launched today.
Smooth handover now needed and assurances about jobs after privatisation failure
Commenting on the annual NHS staff survey out today (Tuesday), UNISON head of health Sara Gorton said: “While the government is consumed with Brexit, ministers are paying scant attention to growing problems in our public services. With so few staff, it’s no wonder the pressures of working in the NHS are making so many health […]
The HCPC should be doing all it can to encourage people to continue in their professions
HCPC must listen to its registrants and scrap this increase
There’s a danger that general practice could simply drain ambulance services of staff
This is great news for staff in Southend
Crisis level staffing has become normal across the NHS
UNISON will be making full use of this guidance in our scrutiny of any future trust plans to set up subsidiaries