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NHS Jobs is supporting NHS Professionals' 'Join the Virtual Frontline' campaign to recruit Clinical Contact Caseworkers, to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA) provides a range of support services to staff and users of the NHS, and so maintaining ‘business as usual’ during these unprecedented times has been crucial. But, as Alison Cowie found out when she talked to CEO Michael Brodie two weeks after the lockdown was announced, the organisation that has hitherto been characterised for its efficient and technologically savvy silent running has been finding its voice – with major reverberations for NHS trusts, frontline workers, patients, the Government and the public
Updated guidance on the use of the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) in remote consultations has now been published by NHS Digital and shared with GP practices and other care settings that use EPS.
NHS Jobs, the official online recruitment service for the NHS in England and Wales, are working with Adzuna to promote over 400 COVID-19 specific roles across the UK. The roles range from nurses and practitioners to radiographers, housekeepers and paramedics. Advertised positions will play a crucial role in supporting the NHS and can be found on the Adzuna COVID-19 job page or on NHS Jobs.
The Prescription Cost Analysis publication shows the total cost, and number of prescription items, for prescriptions that have been dispensed in the community in England.
NHS Jobs are working with LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, to accelerate the recruitment of critical healthcare staff in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The NHS Jobs team have released new features to help fill coronavirus (COVID-19) vacancies quickly and support the NHS. Applicants can easily identify these roles by the unique COVID-19 icon displayed next to the job titles. As well as the COVID-19 indicator, NHS Jobs are working closely with other national jobs boards, such as LinkedIn, to get COVID-19 vacancies highlighted quickly.
Midwives, practice nurses and health visitors can sign up to issue digital maternity exemption certificates to ensure mothers instantly receive their certificate
The NHSBSA is encouraging midwives to sign up to the digital service to help reduce the waiting time for paper applications to be processed in light of the current COVID-19 outbreak.
People staying at home suffering with suspected coronavirus symptoms will get regular check-ins from a new NHS messaging service launched today.
On Wednesday 25 March 2020, NHS Jobs released new features to allow applicants to search, filter and apply for vacancies specific to COVID-19 in the NHS.