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#SNTtwitchat Friday 24 May 2013
Multiprofessional working is central to good care and Health Education England has introduced a programme to make it central to all healthcare interventions
Students from different disciplines who learnt together developed interpersonal and teamwork skills and gained knowledge of how other professionals work
The loudest “noise” in the nursing profession following the Francis report and the government response has been around the proposal that prospective student nurses should spend a year working as a healthcare assistant before starting a nursing degree.
A private hospital in Lincolnshire has been playing host to two student nurses from the Netherlands.
A framework to support practice nurses in achieving and maintaining competency levels across all areas of their generalist role has been published by the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Carla McClintock, from the University of Ulster, has been named the “most inspirational student nurse of the year”.
Brighton University has been awarded a £30,000 government grant to help set up the first paediatric nursing course in Zambia.
The whole tone of the government’s response to the Francis report concerns me, says Katy Meade
A major London hospital has highlighted “real concerns” that it will have a “severe shortage” of nurses over the next 12 months due to a reduction in student places in the capital.