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Routes Healthcare need experienced childminders across the North West of England

Routes Healthcare are looking for experienced childminders throughout the North West of England in areas including Sale, Manchester, Stockport, Oldham, Bolton, Altrincham, Bury and Rochdale. View our complete range of childminder jobs online now.

Ideally candidates will be NVQ or CACHE Level 2 or 3 in childcare and will be competent in looking after children of all ages. Different locations and shift patterns are available with competitive rates of pay. We will be required to obtain a CRB and references.

For more information about these vacancies and to apply, please contact our Sale office on sale@routeshealthcare.com or call 0161 359 3342.

Posted by: on September 17th, 2012 @ 10:34 AM

Failing NHS bosses will go

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has warned NHS managers cannot expect to keep their jobs if they preside over failings in care.

Mr Hunt, writing in the Sunday Telegraph, said "proper accountability" was needed in the health service.

He was writing ahead of a report into failings at Stafford Hospital, which is expected to be published within months.

There were hundreds more deaths than expected at the hospital between 2005 and 2009.

Some of those deaths were caused by the failings at the hospital.

A public inquiry has been looking at how the failures in care were allowed to happen by managers and regulators.

Ahead of its report, Mr Hunt called for "total openness and transparency when things go wrong", and a change of culture to give greater priority to compassion.

For the full article click here.

Posted by: on January 7th, 2013 @ 09:06 AM
Tagged with: healthcare jobs NHS

Childhood asthma 'admissions down' after smoking ban

There was a sharp fall in the number of children admitted to hospital with severe asthma after smoke-free legislation was introduced in England, say researchers.

A study showed a 12% drop in the first year after the law to stop smoking in enclosed public places came into force.

The authors say there is growing evidence that many people are opting for smoke-free homes as well.

Asthma UK says the findings are "encouraging".

Posted by: on January 21st, 2013 @ 09:24 AM
Tagged with: asthma NHS

The rise of Dr Google: Half of Britons now get health advice online rather than seeing the GP

  • 51 per cent of adults go online for health  tips rather than visiting their doctor, 23 per cent rely on the  media
  • Only 22 per cent visit GP to discuss medical  matters
  • 49 per cent make lifestyle changes because  of 'reaching a certain age' rather than based on medical advice
  • 19 per cent have 'no idea' if their diet is  healthy

      If you want to read the full article click here.

Posted by: on March 20th, 2013 @ 8:33 PM
Tagged with: doctor Google health

NICE guidance on end of life care for children aims to end inconsistences in treatment

An estimated 40,000 children and young people are terminally ill in England. The quality of care they receive varies across the country. Draft guidance recently released from NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) outlines what the best palliative care for children looks like. 

Posted by: Sharon Tither on July 6th, 2016 @ 10:48 AM

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