Physiotherapy can be a rewarding and exciting field of work in which to pursue a career - particularly at a time when the work of physiotherapists is becoming more valued than ever.
Various changes are currently taking place across the NHS to improve the standard of care provided to older people - moves that will have a number of implications for staff.
The government has announced details of a mental health crisis care improvement scheme involving the police, mental health trusts and paramedics.
NHS trusts across the country are currently working to put more comprehensive health and wellbeing policies in place for their staff, with a recent report highlighting areas in which progress has been made, as well as where further improvements are needed.
A recent CQC report has highlighted the efforts being made to improve standards of equality within the NHS at the moment.
One of the key focuses for the Department of Health over the coming years is finding new ways of empowering NHS staff to improve on the high standard of care that they currently provide. It is widely recognised that the UK's medical workforce is among the finest in the world - but often, cultural and organisational barriers can result in inefficiencies, miscommunication and oversights that can impact on patient outcomes...
Creating more jobs for specialist nurses in the field of respiratory care could help to prevent the number of serious cases of lung diseases and breathing disorders in the UK each year.
Pharmacists across the UK could be set to receive larger roles in the provision of care under new NHS restructuring plans.
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