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Lord Phil Willis of Knaresborough has been appointed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council as one of two new members of its midwifery panel.
Plans to move towards more generic nursing degrees “would be the death knell for the children’s nursing qualification”, children’s nursing teachers have told Nursing Times.
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A rift among the mental health nursing community has emerged over education reforms which could see a move towards more generic nursing degrees, an investigation by Nursing Times can reveal.
The future development of the nursing associate role must be monitored to ensure patient safety is improved and that there is public confidence in it, key stakeholder organisations have said following the publication of consultation findings today.
A new nursing associate role that bridges the gap between healthcare assistants and registered nurses has been confirmed, after the consultation findings were published today.
Degree-level apprenticeship standards for registered nurses are to be developed by the national workforce planning body, as part of a plans to improve the flexibility of pre-registration education.
Different approaches to student nurse mentorship are to be investigated in a new study supported by Health Education England.
A new master’s level degree that will lead to dual registration as a mental health and adult nurse is being launched by a London university.
The peer who originally proposed the nursing associate role as a way to improve the career pathway for healthcare assistants has said his intention was never about substituting nurses.