Without nurses, midwives and health care assistants, would healthcare survive? Given the terrifying future projection of 410,000 nurse vacancies in the UK without urgent investment, we may be seen as simply ‘numbers’ like rows of identical paper chain doll workers.
Diane was recently awarded the RCN credential for Advanced Level Nursing Practice. Here, she shares her thoughts on the importance of standardising roles used in Primary Care.
“Why do you care about FGM?” That was the question posed by Leethen Bartholomew, head of the national FGM centre, at an event hosted by the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) in May.
It’s estimated that 176 million women worldwide are affected by endometriosis.
Despite advances in treatment and care, ovarian cancer remains one of the biggest causes of death from gynaecological cancers in women.
Pregnant women and midwives and nurses working in NHS maternity, gynaecology and neonatal services will hear much more about non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) in the months to come.
There has been good progress in the fight against FGM over recent years but, as Carmel Bagness warns, there is still much to be done.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Paul Cornforth, talks about the importance of Credentialing for ANPs, patients and employers.