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Angela Knott cannot walk properly and suffers from incontinence and sexual dysfunction because of injuries caused while working at Newham General Hospital in East London.
She told the High Court in London how she was forced to ignore hospital policy on lifting patients because of staff and equipment shortages.
Despite two operations, the 36-year-old, who became a nurse when she was 18, remains in constant pain, cannot sit comfortably for more than 15 minutes, and requires medication.
She was awarded £414,335 yesterday in a landmark judgment that could encourage other nurses to claim damages.
The NHS faces a bill of more than £800,000, including about £400,000 in legal costs.
After the case Mrs Knott, who comes from a family of nurses, burst into tears as she told how her life had been ruined.
She said: 'I was born to nurse. It is the only thing I ever wanted to do and I worked hard to get where I was.
'Now I can't bear to be reminded of nursing in any way. They took my career away from me and my choice to have children.'
She added: 'There are hundreds of nurses out there suffering. We are not appreciated and the management treat us like cannon fodder.'
Mrs Knott, of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, told the court she lifted a total patient weight of 9.9 tons on one morning shift and 8.9 tons on an afternoon shift.
A 'drag lift' was used to move patients because the one available hoist on the 28-bed ward was often broken or being cleaned.
A drag lift involves two nurses grabbing a patient under each arm to carry or drag them.
Complaints from Mrs Knott and other nurses on the ward - which housed highly dependent HIV, cancer and stroke patients - did not lead to any improvement.
The NHS accepted that there was serious understaffing but claimed that Mrs Knott's injury was unrelated to work.
In January 1998, she experienced low back pain after lifting a patient six times in one day. She later suffered prolapsed discs in her back which had to be pinned in an operation in March 1999. She needed another operation in December 2000.
Mrs Knott is now training to be a bereavement counsellor.
Mr Justice Simon said in his judgment: 'The hospital did not operate an appropriate system for lifting patients in the Beckton Ward. Arrangements for lifting were inadequate to protect their staff and patients.'
Newham Healthcare NHS Trust, which is responsible for the hospital, requested an appeal but the judge rejected it on the grounds that it would not succeed.
Mrs Knott's solicitor Harold Immanuel said: 'This is a ground-breaking case which, I have no doubt, will open the floodgates for hundreds of other nurses in similar positions.'
Belgium is a small country in Western Europe; it is known for its capital of Brussels which is the unofficial capital of the European Union. Although it ranks at the bottom of this list of nurse salaries, health care professionals in the heart of the EU still make a respectable amount of money. Starting salaries range around $27.000 and can reach $50.500.
9. New Zealand
New Zealand is located in the Pacific Ocean, is comprised of two islands and neighbours Australia. It has a high quality of life, and this is reflected in their average salary which floats around $35.000 per year for private sector employees. Nursing in New Zealand comes with a competitive starting salary of $32.000, with salaries reaching $47.000 with experience.
This South American country inhabits most of the continent's eastern coast and is known for its relatively high quality of life compared to other South American countries. Nursing in Chile can be a very lucrative career with entry level nurses earning $28.000 and an average salary that reaches $47.000. Registered nurses with experience can make up to $62.000. These figures are even more impressive when you consider the average annual salary in capital Santiago is a mere $10.000 per annum.
7. United Kingdom
For nurses in the UK, life is good once you reach the higher levels. Nurses in entry-level positions start out earning around US $30,000 per year, but that can increase to as much as $43,000 per year once they obtain experience. To become a nurse in the UK, you must obtain a degree in pre-registration nursing, register with the Nursing and Midwifery Council, and complete an assessment.
If you can brave the sub-zero temperatures and are interesting in a career in healthcare, then this might be a great choice. Not only are nurses in Denmark in high demand they are also well compensated. Salaries range between $38.000 and $50.000, although the cost of living is high due to their excellent social welfare system and 30% taxation.
The average entry-level nurse in Australia starts out earning just $28 per hour (or $40 Australian dollars). However, as their experience increases, their salary increases along with it. Salaries can be as high as $60,000 per year for nurses with more than ten years of experience working in the best hospitals. To work as a nurse in Australia, you must register with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, meet the registration standards, and complete a skills assessment test.
Canada is well-known for its generous universal healthcare system; something that isn’t as well known is the fact that they compensate their nurses extremely well. Canadian nurses have some of the best salaries in the world, ranging between $48.000 and $55.000; they can earn an incredible $65.000 depending on experience and specialisation. You will also need to obtain a work visa if you are not a citizen.
Recently, knocking their Scandinavian neighbour Sweden out of the top 10 is the beautiful oil-rich land of the Fjords, Norway. It enjoys one of the highest standards of living in the world, and nursing is no exception. The average salary for a Registered Nurse in Norway is roughly $50,000 but can rise as high as $100,000 per year for the best-paid nurses with the most experience.
2. United States
In the US, a registered nurse’s salary is well above the average income. An RN will earn around $67,490 per year. The lowest nurses income is around the $45,000, while the top 10% of nurses pull in over $94,000 per year. Nurses in California received the best salary, particularly those in the San Francisco and San Jose area. The American Nurses Association has more information on how to become a licensed nursed in the US.
Luxembourg is a tiny country in Western Europe, nestled between Belgium, Germany and France. Known primarily for being a tax haven, it is also one of the smallest sovereign nations on the continent. Fortunately both its economy and the salary it pays nursing professionals aren’t comparable to its size. Nurses salaries in Luxembourg in the first eight years of their career are roughly $60.000 and can get as high as $125.000 with enough experience. Sadly, the tiny size of the country also means getting a job there is extremely difficult.
Slaugytoja.eu is a leading provider of care and support services for people with disabilities and other support needs.
Our vision at Slaugytoja.eu is to be the first choice for care and support. We understand that well trained, valued and supported employees are crucial to achieving this vision and delivering high quality services for the people we support.
We ensure that our staff are at the heart of everything we do and we use our values as guidelines for behaviour both inside the organisation and externally.
Our values are:
Caring - we feel and exhibit concern and empathy for others
Customer-focussed - we offer a truly personalised service
Professional - we offer a high standard of service that meets all regulatory requirements, delivered by qualified staff
Pioneering - we strive to be innovative in our thinking and to lead the way in the care sector
Would you like to become part of our leading team? We have a wide range of exciting care roles and business support roles available all over Britain.
If you are looking for a long term job in Britain, please apply and we will contact you in 12 hours with a proposal. Next, we will invite you for a Skype interview.
We will help you with all the documents and accommodation.
Getting internship experience is the best way to get started in a nursing career. We’ll take you behind the scenes in a hospital and show you what it’s really like working in the front line of healthcare.
Through a combination of mentoring, observation and tutorials, our programs offer a real insight into the rewards and demands of nursing. You will develop an understanding of global healthcare, give more focus to your studies, and it will give you the edge for college applications.
Our pre-nursing programs run all year-round. Students typically choose to join us for a fortnight, but we can accommodate much longer placements. Unique rural and community health options are also available.
If you are a nursing student and if you would like to practice in the United Kingdom, please register
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Do you enjoy seeing people get the most out of each day and achieve what they want in life?
This is what a career in care is all about! Care and support work is changing fast and we are always looking for new people to join us, not just for a job but for an entire career….
We are recruiting care assistants to join our growing team in the Richmond/Twickenham area. If you live in Richmond/Twickenham or the surrounding areas, this could be the job for you!
We offer a great range of benefits including:
-Full training from Induction to the Care Certificate
-£200 bonus when you complete the Care Certificate!
-On going training and career development opportunities
-Earn up to £11.00 per hour
-Travel expenses paid whether you drive, travel by bus or cycle
-£200 bonus if you recommend a friend to us!
-Savings and loans scheme
-28 days paid Holiday
-Full time and part time hours available
Our requirements are:
-Be available to work either early mornings, evenings and alternate weekends
-Must be reliable and 100% committed
-Must be passionate about making a difference to people’s lives
-Must have excellent communication skills
You can start as soon as possible and stay in England for a long time having a permanent job. Please register and we will contact you in 12 hours.
4 NMC registered nurses required for residential homes in bootiful Norfolk. Dementia /geriatric and end of life care. Flexible shifts available and training support including revalidation CPD is provided by the employer. Salary is £26,120 to £28,340 pa pro rata.
This is an excellent opportunity for graduate nurses looking to start their career in a rapidly growing care group with fantastic potential for advancement. All in a beautiful, affordable part of the UK but in easy reach of London and Stanstead where your travel to work could be just 10 minutes!
Job Type: Full-time
Required licence or certification/ PIN
In order to work as carers you must:
As a Care Assistant you will show warmth and support to our residents and their families; helping to promote independence and dignity and positively enhancing the lives of individuals in our care.
- social benifits
„Our job as nurses is to cushion the sorrow and celebrate the job, everyday, while we are “just doing our jobs”.