As a healthcare professional, it is important that you keep informed on the evolving situation around coronavirus. Visit our information hub for up to date guidance and links.
All healthcare professionals working within the NHS have a duty to regularly make themselves aware of Patient Safety Alerts issued via the Central Alerting System. NHS Patient Safety Alerts are published via the NHS Improvement website to alert all healthcare professionals to recent updates and changes in the NHS and improve patient safety.
As a front line healthcare professional, you're more likely to be exposed to flu. Vaccinating not only prevents you from contracting the virus, but it also protects your patients and reduces the strain on the healthcare system. Why should you get a flu jab? It has been estimated that up to one in four healthcare workers may become infected with flu due to repetitive exposure to the virus. This alarming statistic means that it is imperative that you get immunised sooner, rather than later...
We are delighted to announce an exclusive nursing managed service contract win with Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
We provide an update on the risks healthcare professionals face online and how to protect yourself from cyber criminals.
We are delighted to be championing the Cavell Nurses’ Trust’s #10kForNurses challenge, a fantastic fundraising incentive in which inspirational fundraisers across the UK take on their own personal 10k challenges.
Medacs Healthcare would like to draw your attention to the current Public Health England guidance in relation to the Ebola Virus. Please click here to keep up to date with the latest developments. In addition, we have created some supporting guidance in relation to Healthcare/Care workers working through Medacs Healthcare. What is Ebola? The Ebola virus causes an acute, serious illness which is often fatal if untreated...
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