Tag: NHS Staff Bank

5 reasons to work flexible NHS bank shifts

By Amy Williamson on 17/04/20
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We all know the famous song about working nine to five and whilst this may be a common working pattern for most, it doesn’t work for everyone. In fact, the 2019 UK Working Lives Report[1] revealed that 68% of those surveyed would like to work flexibly in a way that is not currently available. For those working in clinical jobs, where the typical shift is twelve hours, the ability to work flexibly is particularly valued.

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The benefits of working for an NHS staff bank

By Amy Williamson on 17/04/20
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Working temporary shifts at an NHS staff bank is a fantastic option for a huge variety of people and circumstances due to the hugely flexible nature of the role. Whether you are looking for something to fit around school or university or around family and other commitments, the opportunities are endless with the staff bank.

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Come together, combat COVID

By Amy Williamson on 17/04/20
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The healthcare sector is currently fighting one of the biggest challenges it has ever known. COVID-19. In response, we are now calling for workers to Come Together, Combat COVID with a variety of roles (both clinical and non-clinical) to help support our NHS trusts and ensure they continue to provide excellent standards of patient care.

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Interview with an ITU bank nurse

By Amy Williamson on 18/11/19
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Nursing is potentially one of the most rewarding careers and a very popular choice for caring individuals. To qualify you must complete a degree in one of the four main fields:

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Compassion in care – 3 ways to help staff be more compassionate

By Amy Williamson on 11/07/19
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There are some values that are universal across professional care standards and codes of conduct. If you ask any of our bank workers why they got into the industry, what made them want to join the NHS, why they get up in the morning even, the answer would ultimately be: ‘Because I care.'

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