HM (57) 5: National Health Service: Selective recruitment and training scheme for hospital administrators in England, Wales and Scotland – Ministry of Health

Outlines arrangements for selective recruitment and training scheme for hospital administrators in England, Wales and Scotland  in 1957.

HM (57) 5: National Health Service: Selective recruitment and training scheme for hospital administrators in England, Wales and Scotland
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HM (57) 50: National Health Service: Whitley Council for the Health Services (Great Britain): Ancillary Staffs Council: Builders Committee – Ministry of Health

Increases pay and changes the working week for building staff in the NHS.  Issued with ASC (Builders) Circular 19.

HM (57) 50: National Health Service: Whitley Council for the Health Services (Great Britain): Ancillary Staffs Council: Builders Committee
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HM (57) 51: National Health Service: Subscriptions to Associations – Ministry of Health

Authorises payment by Hospital Management Committees of 9 Guineas for subscription to the Association of Hospital from exchequer funds and authorises payment to regional branches from non-exchequer funds.

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HM (57) 54: Statement specifying fees and charges for the testing of sight and supply or repair of glasses – Ministry of Health

Issues statement specifying fees and charges for the testing of sight and supply or repair of glasses.

HM (57) 54: Statement specifying fees and charges for the testing of sight and supply or repair of glasses
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HM (57) 55: National Health Service: Code of Practice for the Protection of Persons Exposed to Ionizing Radiation – Ministry of Health

Details acceptance and circulates a Code of Practice for the Protection of Persons Exposed to Ionizing Radiation.

HM (57) 55: National Health Service: Code of Practice for the Protection of Persons Exposed to Ionizing Radiation
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HM (57) 56: National Health Service: Hospital In-Patient Enquiry – Ministry of Health

Requests hospital authorities whose hospitals are not participating in the Hospital In-Patient Enquiry to do so retrospectively from 1st July 1957.

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HM (57) 57: National Health Service: Loss of Earnings Allowances for Members of Boards and Committees – Ministry of Health

Increases maximum rates of loss of earnings allowances, encloses SI 1957 No 1080 National Health Service, England: The National Health Service (Travelling Allowances , etc.) Amendment No. 2 Regulations, 1957.

HM (57) 57: National Health Service: Loss of Earnings Allowances for Members of Boards and Committees
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HM (57) 58: National Health Service: Salaries and Conditions of Service of Laundry Managers – Ministry of Health

Notifies Hospital Authorities of the Minister’s Approval of salaries and conditions of service of Laundry Managers. Issued with AC Circular No 57.

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HM (57) 59: National Health Service: Manual of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries and Cause of Death – Ministry of Health

Alerts Hospital authorities to a revised publication of the Manual of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries and Cause of Death which they should procure.

HM (57) 59: National Health Service: Manual of the International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Injuries and Cause of Death
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HM (57) 6: National Health Service: Code of Surgical Operations – Ministry of Health

Commends to Hospital Authorities a Code of Surgical Operations prepared by the General Register Office.

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HM (57) 60: National Health Service: Position of Whole-Time Chaplains Under the National Insurance Act, 1946 – Ministry of Health

Explains that whole-time chaplains are in future to be regarded as under contract of service (and not as self-employed) and sets out the consequences in regard to National Insurance contributions.

HM (57) 60: National Health Service: Position of Whole-Time Chaplains Under the National Insurance Act, 1946
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HM (57) 61: National Health Service: Nurse Regulations, 1957 – Ministry of Health

Issued with SI 1957 No. 1257 Nurses, England: The Nurses Regulations, England 1957, made under section 6 of the Nurses Act 1943, consolidates amendments the most important of which is the abolition of the Minister’s list of foreign trained nurses.

HM (57) 61: National Health Service: Nurse Regulations, 1957
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HM (57) 62: Revised Estimates for 1957-58: Forecast Estimates for 1958-59: Revenue Income and Expenditure – Ministry of Health

Explains the basis upon which:

  • Revised Estimates for 1957-58
  • Forecast Estimates for 1958-59

should be made.

HM (57) 62: Revised Estimates for 1957-58: Forecast Estimates for 1958-59: Revenue Income and Expenditure
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HM (57) 64: National Health Service: Administrative and Clerical Staff: Pay and Conditions of Service – Ministry of Health

Amends pay and service conditions for Administrative and Clerical staff.

HM (57) 64: National Health Service: Administrative and Clerical Staff: Pay and Conditions of Service
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HM (57) 65: National Health Service: Whitley Council for the Health Services (Great Britain): Ancillary Staffs Council

Issued with ASC Circular 53 sets out methods for:

  1. Determining hourly rates for ASC staff
  2. Providing for deletion of the basketmakers grades

HM (57) 65: National Health Service: Whitley Council for the Health Services (Great Britain): Ancillary Staffs Council
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Mr G Bashir v North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust: 3331430/2018 – HM Courts & Tribunals Service

Employment Tribunal decision. The proceedings are dismissed following a withdrawal of the claim by the claimant.
Mr G Bashir v North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust: 3331430/2018
Mr G Bashir v North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust: 3331430/2018
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Ebola: returning workers scheme (RWS) – Public Health England

Advice for people returning to the UK after working in an Ebola affected area.  All workers returning from areas affected by Ebola should be risk assessed by Public Health England (PHE).

Ebola: returning workers scheme (RWS)
Ebola: returning workers scheme (RWS)
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Ebola and Marburg haemorrhagic fevers: outbreaks and case locations – Public Health England


Information about incidents and outbreaks of Ebola and Marburg, both viral haemorrhagic fevers (VHF). A new outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) was declared in Équateur Province of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) on 1 June 2020. Eight epidemiologically-linked cases, of whom 3 are confirmed and 4 have died, have been reported. Investigations and response activities are underway.
Ebola and Marburg haemorrhagic fevers: outbreaks and case locations
Ebola and Marburg haemorrhagic fevers: outbreaks and case locations
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Coronavirus (COVID-19): how to self-isolate when you travel to the UK – Department of Health and Social Care

Sets out how to self-isolate if you arrive in the UK on or after 8 June 2020. You will not be allowed to leave the place you’re staying for the first 14 days you’re in the UK. If you arrive in the UK on or after 8 June 2020, you will not be allowed to leave the place you’re staying for the first 14 days you’re in the UK (known as ‘self-isolating’).

This is because it can take up to 14 days for coronavirus symptoms to appear.

Before you travel, you should provide your journey, contact details and the address where you will self-isolate. You will be able to complete the public health passenger locator form 48 hours before you arrive. You must present these details on your arrival in England.

You will need to do these things if you arrive on or after 8 June 2020. If you arrive before 8 June or have just arrived in the UK you should check the latest public health advice on coronavirus before you travel.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): how to self-isolate when you travel to the UK
Coronavirus (COVID-19): how to self-isolate when you travel to the UK
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) serology and viral detection testing: UK procurement overview – Department of Health and Social Care

How the government assesses offers of COVID-19 tests from developers for procurement and use in the UK. Guidance aims to help developers of COVID-19 tests understand how their tests are assessed for procurement and use in the UK.

Whether or not a test developer or supplier explores national-level procurement via this process, they’re still able to supply tests with the relevant regulatory authorisation to UK customers.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) serology and viral detection testing: UK procurement overview
Coronavirus (COVID-19) serology and viral detection testing: UK procurement overview
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