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Thursday brought an end to ten weeks of applause for the front – line people in the NHS, which within a short time, also included workers across the board in other public services.  We recognised how much we depend on…

This week’s guest blog is from Ying Zhou, a Reader in the Human Resource Management at the University of SurreyDuring the pandemic, the importance of informal learning is likely to grow. Employer-funded training often declines during economic downturns due to the constraints of…

This week’s guest blog is from Brendan Burchell, a Reader in the Social Sciences at the University of Cambridge.As social scientists have found repeatedly, in different countries and different demographic groups, the loss of the wage only explains a small fraction of…

Responding to the latest COVID-19 mortality figures for England and Wales from the ONS, Niall Dickson, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents organisations across the healthcare sector, said: “There is a downward trend in the NHS, in care homes and…

“Complex social, political, economic and ecological forces not only drive infectious disease emergence, but increase our susceptibility to epidemics when they occur,” says Freya Jephcott. Her interdisciplinary approach considers the science of disease outbreaks alongside the beliefs and practices of public…

Comment from Ed Bradley, Director of Virtualstock, marketplace platform working with 139 trusts to supply them with PPE The UK’s watchdog for monitoring how the government spends public money said that the NHS has largely failed in its attempts to…

View this email in your browser Responding to the health unions’ blueprint for the safe opening up of the NHS, Danny Mortimer, chief executive of NHS Employers, which is part of the NHS Confederation, said: “The last two months have…

Conclusion We are at a critical point in the pandemic where we are still suffering from a comparatively high level of new cases being identified, with the social care sector suffering from epidemic spread risking the lives of thousands of very…

Doctors and nurses in the United Kingdom and worldwide are the heroes of the COVID-19 pandemic. This study ranks the 36 countries in the OECD according to how much they pay their frontline healthcare workers. The UK ranks 13th highest in the OECD for salaries of healthcare…

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