What does it mean to be a nurse? As you are reading this, on your precious day off, soundly away from the beeping of machines and the moaning of patients, I gather that you are reluctant to revisit the many scenarios that have been so draining yet comprises your day-to-day life. You would much rather sleep or lay on your sofa and wind down but I implore you to indulge in our little philosophical ponders so as to understand yourself – what is draining…

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In the 2021 Oscars, Actor Sir Anthony Hopkins was awarded Best actor in a leading role for his riveting portrayal of a dementia patient in “The Father”. His shuddering performance pulled many audience’s heartstrings, while at the same time peeled back the curtain that has mystified the public conception of dementia. No matter who you are, where you live, which lifestyle you have chosen to follow, there are two realities of life that serves to unify us all: Aging, our growth and development followed…

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  Whenever people think about the healthcare industry, they are imagining doctors, surgeons, paramedics, prestigious careers that can only be accessed after years of specialized training and education. Furthermore, the laurel comes with its own weight manifested as high level of stress, poor work life balance, the lack of transferrable skills in case the practice does not work out. While it is true that being a healthcare worker is a noble profession, intended for the highest caliber of character, there are more ways than…

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Since Covid-19 pandemic last year, it would seem like “health” is a word that is constantly active in our collective memory. Every topic under this earth, from idle chatters to government regulations, has a section dedicated to the exploration, implementation, actualization of health issues and solutions. It is as if we are at last waking up from the slumber that had kept us in the dark, woefully unaware of the measures and efforts our healthcare workers, the finest amongst us, had upheld for all…

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Why take the WSQ Certificates in Healthcare Course In healthcare courses, WSQ certificates are necessary for further upgrade and higher-level positions. By learning the basic knowledge of the patient’s health, one can easily assist nurses and figure out the fundamental medical strategies like reading a patient’s vital signs. By completing this course, you can efficiently work in a hospital, nursing centre and senior care centre. It provides an excellent opportunity to advance the career and improve job performance. Importance of WSQ Certificate The workplace…

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Nurses are the backbone of the health workforce, belonging to one of the most dedicated professions around the globe. Many people think that being a nurse is an easy job, but this is not true because nursing is one of the most dedicated career pathways. If you want to become a nursing aspirant, you can achieve every step in your professional journey through BSC Nursing and Health Course from CSM Academy. Let’s first talk about the responsibilities of a nurse. Key Roles of a…

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Covid:19 The Value of Training in Difficult Times To Skill or Not to Skill, that is the question, but Today we have an Answer for You! Learn as we debunk the myths about reskilling/upskilling on The Value of Training in Difficult Times during COVID-19. A Public and Private Collaboration Workforce Recovery Initiative with Get free access to over 3800 courses on Coursera, delivered by world-class universities with recognized certifications from the industries such as; Google and IBM. Simple scan the QR code below to…

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A father has lost his legal challenge against a fine for taking his daughter out of primary school on an unauthorised holiday during term time. The Supreme Court ruled against Jon Platt, who had won earlier legal battles against a £120 fine in a case brought by the Isle of Wight council. Mr Platt said the decision, over a trip to Florida, meant the “state was taking the rights away from parents”. But Prime Minister Theresa May said it was for schools to decide…

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Female head teachers in England’s secondary schools will remain an under-represented group for a quarter of a century, a study has found. The research notes that there has been an increase in the overall proportion of female head teachers between 2001 and 2015, from 25% to 38%. But it finds the proportion of women heads is unlikely to match that of women classroom teachers for 25 years. The University of Nottingham study says the issue is one of social justice. It says the proportion…

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Pressure on school budgets in England is leading to a narrower secondary curriculum, with teaching posts in some subjects being cut, unions have said. Teachers of subjects not included in the EBacc league table measure are the most at risk, research from the ATL and NUT unions has suggested. Of 1,200 union members polled, before the ATL annual conference in Liverpool, 93% were “pessimistic” about funding. The Department for Education says funding is at record levels. But in recent months school governors, head teachers,…

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