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The impact of Brexit has only added fuel to the fire of severe challenges facing health and social care in the UK, warns the Nuffield Trust.
Specialisms such as dentistry have shortages and EU exit still causes issues with medicines in Northern Ireland, thinktank finds.
A Scottish border village is set to lose its GP surgery branch, citing staffing reasons for the planned closure. / “So, we are, for example, struggling to recruit in social care and nursing to a significant extent because of the fall in the size of the working age population because of Brexit and the loss of free movement of people."
Six years after the referendum we can disentangle the evidence and judge the effects on health and care, says Richard Vize.
Former health secretary Jeremy Hunt has said Brexit may have had some impact on staffing following a new report exposing major shortages in the NHS.
RESEARCH experts and charities working with people with serious and often terminal illnesses have said that delays to research and clinical trials from Brexit could mean the difference between "life or death" for patients.
More than 100 medics and nurses must now be registered in both the UK and Republic of Ireland due to their involvement in cross-border transfers and all-island work.
Government advisers say pandemic has highlighted vital economic contribution of migrant workers
There has been a sharp decline in European nurses wanting to live and work in the UK since the 2016 Brexit referendum as figures reveal a 'staggering' shortfall
As Boris Johnson careers towards a no-deal Brexit, what are the latest reports on the impact it would have?
The number of European nurses arriving in Britain has fallen from about 9,000 to 900 a year since the Brexit referendum, it was revealed today.
Adverts targeting Polish nurses also boast Germany is much closer to family at home.