Category list : Newly qualified research
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A new awards scheme for research carried out by nurses, midwives and allied health professionals based in Scotland has been launched to showcase their work and encourage others to follow suit.
A year-long preceptorship programme for graduates and increased opportunities for nurses to complete clinical research throughout their careers should be investigated by England’s national workforce planning body, according to recommendations from a major review of nurse training.
Setting minimum thresholds for health and social care workforce training commisions should be considered by the future government to better plan for the future workforce outside of short-term annual NHS budgets, academics have said.
The rhetoric of providing health care in the community, away from hospital, has been with us for years but the recent media coverage of problems in EDs illustrates how little progress has been made in shifting care from hospitals to primary care services.
A preceptorship group programme has helped newly qualified nurses recruited to work in a mental health trust to develop their skills and confidence
Newly qualified health professionals do not always feel confident about their leadership abilities and may feel unsure of their leadership role
I began my nursing career in the late 1970s as a healthcare assistant (or auxiliary nurse as I was called back then), and was fortunate to be supported by a sister who saw the “nurse” in me and encouraged me to enter nurse training.
Research shows the transition from student to newly qualified nurse is a reality shock
A Flying Start for the newly qualifiedSubscription
A Scottish scheme is easing the transition between being a student nurse and qualified practitioner, with online learning, structured study days and mentor support