Issue : September 2018
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Every day, midwives support women and their families through a life-changing and special time, but it’s a time when they are also at their most vulnerable.
Nursing and social care staff are being urged to post “ideas, questions and challenges” on a new digital platform that is being launched as part of a major new national engagement exercise.
Student nurses contribute to NHS workforce wellbeing review VideoSubscription
Nursing students and staff at the University of Wolverhampton have presented a pioneering suicide prevention project to a panel of experts who are reviewing the mental health of the NHS workforce.
Many more nurses are successfully passing a healthcare-specific language test that enables them to work in the UK, having tried and failed other tests multiple times.
An NHS trust has been told to take urgent action to reduce risks to children and families, amid reports of its health visiting service being in “meltdown”.
Joanne Reynard tells Christine Fernando how a pair of colourful pom-pom-coated characters helped Leeds Community Healthcare Trust get its frontline staff vaccinated against flu
Embattled council representatives at the Royal College of Nursing are fighting back against an attempt to have them removed by appealing to the union’s members to stand by the group.
‘What’s with all the negativity?’Subscription
Can you advise this student nurse?
How incidents that occurred while a registrant practised as a paramedic led to an FtP hearingSubscription
A case study highlighting how incidents that occurred while the registrant practised as a paramedic led to them being the subject of a Nursing and Midwifery Council fitness to practise hearing
Final panel decision: How incidents that occurred while a registrant practised as a paramedic led to an FtP hearingSubscription
Find out how the NMC panel acted in this case. Not yet read the case? Read the charge and background here