Category list : Nursing and Midwifery Council
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The cost of the tests overseas nurses and midwives must take to work in the UK are being reduced by more than 20%, the professional regulator has revealed.
New guidance is being developed to help employers make the right decision about when to escalate concerns about nurses, in a bid to cut down on unnecessary referrals to the professional regulator.
A university in the West Midlands is set to expand its nurse training services to an additional campus, as part of a drive to help reduce nursing shortages in the area.
A nurse has been struck off the register for multiple charges of misconduct in relation to her care of renowned scientist Professor Stephen Hawking.
The chief executive of the Nursing and Midwifery Council has defended the regulator’s decision to hold a misconduct hearing behind closed doors for the former nurse of late scientist Professor Stephen Hawking.
A Labour shadow health minister has raised concerns to Nursing Times that Brexit will lead to a rise in nurse registration fees.
Plans to create an apprenticeship route into district nursing in England have moved a significant step forward.
Recruiting nurses from overseas is a “long-term investment” for an organisation because they are less likely to jump ship once they join, according to a top nurse at a renowned trust.
An official framework for the maternity support worker role in England has been launched in a bid to provide clarity about the post and highlight how the career can be advanced.
Midwives will play a greater role in promoting healthy lifestyles and mental wellbeing, under new draft guidelines proposed by the profession’s regulator.