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Commons Chamber
Covid-19 Update - Thu 22 Jul 2021
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Mentions:
1: patients on ventilators, who have been redeployed to other sites across the NHS and who have seen their training - Link
2: They are the 1 million NHS staff, including nurses, paramedics, consultants and, of course, salaried - Link


Commons Chamber
Summer Adjournment - Thu 22 Jul 2021
No Department present

Mentions:
1: This week, we celebrated the launch of new training materials for all FCDO staff titled “Religion for - Link
2: None of that would have been possible without all those doctors, nurses, pharmacists, staff and volunteers - Link


Lords Chamber
NHS Update - Thu 22 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Throughout the pandemic, we have worked to deliver manifesto commitments—50,000 nurses, 40 new hospitals - Link
2: This was true when we made our manifesto commitment for 50,000 more nurses by March 2024, and it remains - Link
3: feeling the difference of these extra colleagues on the front line, but I can assure those hardworking nurses - Link
4: line, caring for sick patients, and redeployed across an understaffed, pressured NHS, and that their training - Link
5: However, an extraordinary line in the Statement says:“But I can assure those hardworking nurses - Link
6: Does the Minister think this is fair, and what does he think the nurses should do with their 55p a day - Link
7: We are hitting our targets on the recruitment of 50,000 nurses and our targets for GP trainees and in - Link
8: The clarification of guidelines has been sent to all wards and there has been additional training for - Link


Commons Chamber
NHS Update - Wed 21 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Throughout the pandemic, we have worked to deliver manifesto commitments—50,000 nurses, 40 new hospitals - Link
2: We have over 300,000 nurses, as I said earlier—around 9,000 more nurses than a year ago—and record numbers - Link
3: For instance, to achieve our 50,000 more nurses for the NHS, there will be a combination of new domestic - Link
4: p>The past 16 months have reinforced the importance of the Government’s goal of getting 50,000 more nurses - Link
5: I welcome her acknowledgement of the progress we are making towards our target of 50,000 more nurses. - Link
6: taken to ensure that parity of esteem is achieved across the health and social care workforce, in their training—preferably - Link


Written Statements
2021-22 Pay Review Body Recommendations - Wed 21 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: This is expected to be a real-terms increase and nurses will receive an average increase of around £1,000 - Link


Commons Chamber
Building Safety Bill - Wed 21 Jul 2021
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

Mentions:
1: The Government are to come forward with proposals on the qualifications and training of everyone - Link
2: How can it be that property developers, who make millions each year, are protected, while teachers, nurses - Link


Westminster Hall
Reducing Baby Loss - Tue 20 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: Secondly, on training, the 2016 maternity safety training fund has delivered positive outcomes - Link
2: Improving maternity safety, delivering personalised care and improving training will all help - Link
3: tests can sometimes not identify any major issue, having efficient staffing levels and more adequate nurses - Link
4: She made an important point about providing not just training, but the back-filling of positions while - Link
5: The issue of training on continuity of care was brought up, and that is the important point. - Link


Commons Chamber
Nationality and Borders Bill - Mon 19 Jul 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: From learning English to gaining employment and training, they will gain essential skills to build a - Link
2: They are the consultants, doctors, nurses, porters, cleaners, canteen staff and other people who look - Link


Commons Chamber
Health and Care Bill - Wed 14 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: We all praise our doctors and nurses, but the fact is that, like any other bureaucracy, it is prone to - Link
2: ; we need a solution to recruitment now; staff need a fair pay rise now; we need more investment in training - Link
3: We have more nurses but we are short of learning disability, mental health and community nurses. - Link
4: Secretary of State, I set up five new medical schools and increased the number of doctor, nurse and midwife training - Link
5: It was the brilliant doctors and nurses of the NHS who saved my life. - Link
6: How will we look at training and retention for the future? - Link
7: As demands grow on the NHS, we must continue to expand capacity, and we cannot do that unless we are training - Link


Lords Chamber
Overseas Development Assistance - Wed 14 Jul 2021
HM Treasury

Mentions:
1: year of its four-year programme, resulting in thousands of women who will no longer receive literacy training - Link
2: would be 1p on income tax and is something like four times the amount committed to hiring 50,000 more nurses - Link


Commons Chamber
International Aid: Treasury Update - Tue 13 Jul 2021
Cabinet Office

Mentions:
1: The money funds training programmes such as the NHS overseas training scheme, which trains 78,000 healthcare - Link
2: programme in Nigeria, which is supposed to go on until 2024; cutting £48 million from the NHS overseas training - Link
3: inhibit the important work that is done to strengthen health systems around the globe by doctors and nurses - Link


Lords Chamber
Environment Bill - Mon 12 Jul 2021
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Mentions:
1: For a medical programme, you would talk to doctors and nurses, while any educational change would involve - Link
2: It runs training schemes in all aspects of arboriculture, confers qualifications, produces a directory - Link


Commons Chamber
Higher Education (Freedom of Speech) Bill - Mon 12 Jul 2021
Department for Education

Mentions:
1: I am a scientist by training. - Link
2: there to supply our great country with scientists, mathematicians, doctors, lawyers, school teachers, nurses - Link
3: My local university, London Metropolitan University, offers courses for nurses. - Link


Lords Chamber
Women’s Health Outcomes - Thu 08 Jul 2021
Department of Health and Social Care

Mentions:
1: recognise that the non-specific symptoms are of course difficult to diagnose, but I would like to know what training - Link
2: I applaud much of the research, often by nurses and the professor of nursing, because nurses listen - Link
3: I hope the Minister will address how training is going to address these issues. - Link
4: But the BMA has reminded us that healthcare professionals need training early on and support from other - Link
5: I am proud to say, in response to the questions on training from the noble Baroness, Lady Walmsley, that - Link


Commons Chamber
EU Settlement Scheme - Wed 07 Jul 2021
Home Office

Mentions:
1: Should immigration policy really be the go-to option for roles where the work-based training requirements - Link
2: my own constituency, I see EU nationals on the frontline of our fight against covid-19 as doctors, nurses - Link
3: unwelcome even before Brexit was completed, and it contributed to an almost 90% drop in the number of EU nurses - Link
4: Employers were not sure whether a person would be around long enough to justify the investment in a training - Link