Blogs


Blog: Time for bullying and harassment in nursing and midwifery to stop

Roger Kline, research fellow at Middlesex University Business School and co-author with Duncan Lewis of The price of fear: Estimating the financial cost of bull


Blog: Strengthening our voice to lead

Greta Westwood is Chief Operating Officer of the Florence Nightingale Foundation. She is a Florence Nightingale Foundation Leadership Scholar (2012) and remains


Blog: A nurse’s role in promoting health and preventing ill health (from the bedside to the bingo hall)

Read the latest blog from Sue West, Senior Nursing Education Adviser

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Blog: Speed dating at the NMC

Gill Walton is Chief Executive and General Secretary of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM). Read her perspective on the development of our new five year strate


Blog: Insights from a global perspective

David Benton is Chief Executive of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), a US-based not-for-profit organisation aiming to advance regulatory


Blog: Defining our new approach to fitness to practise

NMC Director of Fitness to Practise, Matthew McClelland talks through what's new about the new approach and what's still in process.

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Blog: We've come a long way

Avril Devaney, MBE, Director of Nursing at Cheshire and Wirral Trust, looks back on her career and forward to future developments.

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Blog: Being a nurse is being there for people

Stacey Finlay, Acting Sister at Domnall Intermediate Care Centre, has three pieces of advice for new nurses.

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Blog: We were different we were supernumerary

Claire Clarke, Clinical Development nurse at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Trust, was in the early cohorts of nursing trainees to make the move from hospi

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Blog: Andrea Sutcliffe and Mary Renfrew say a big Thank you for taking part

After 12 weeks of nationwide public engagement our consultation on the draft future midwife standards has finished

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