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Latest newsletters for midwives, nurses and nursing associates

We've published our latest quarterly newsletter for midwives and our newsletter for nurses and nursing associates

The two newsletters sent out today both lead with articles about the launch of Caring with confidence: the Code in action. This new campaign is about how your professional Code can help you feel confident about your decisions and actions in these challenging times and beyond.

What else can I expect if I read the midwifery newsletter?

Readers will find all the latest NMC news, including links to some useful resources for midwives and a video about the future midwife standards. There’s a thought-provoking guest article from Memuna Sowe, who works with women in vulnerable circumstances.

Read the midwifery newsletter

What else can I expect if I read the nursing newsletter?

Hear from mental health nurse, Gary Rutherford about how he’s combining fitness with education to help people who are recovering from addictions. There’s also all the latest NMC news and useful information that’s relevant to nurses and nursing associates working in all settings.

Read the nursing newsletter

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NMC responds to Skills for Care report on the state of the adult social care sector and workforce in England

Andrea Sutcliffe comments on the Skills for Care ‘The state of the adult social care sector and workforce in England’ report.