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Training on ethics, communication and conflict management should be more widely available to healthcare staff – or even made compulsory – to help avoid distressing disputes about the care of critically ill babies and children, according to new guidance.
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Four more healthcare professionals have been arrested on suspicion of poisoning patients on a stroke unit in Blackpool.
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Hospital staff could in future be held legally accountable for “preventing and tackling” youth violence, under latest government plans.
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New guidance for midwives to support pregnant women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness has been published today by the Royal College of Midwives.
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The Royal College of Nursing has become one of three royal colleges to back a new campaign by a national newspaper to protect children using social media.
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“We are nurses and we can do this” was the rallying cry from Royal College of Nursing president Anne Marie Rafferty, as members launched a crusade against dangerous understaffing.
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Many FGM survivors in the UK are not getting the specialist healthcare they need, according to the Royal College of Midwives, which has called for action to improve support.
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A midwife who says she was wrongly accused of stealing drugs has won her appeal against being struck off, after a judge ruled the way the Nursing and Midwifery Council had handled her case was “unfair”.
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Heavily involving senior nurses, such as matrons, in hospital bereavement services may help relatives to deal with concerns over care in the wake of a difficult death and ultimately curb legal action, according to researchers in Kent.
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Nurses will be “empowered” to help change the culture around fertility treatment add-ons, the Royal College of Nursing has said following new recommendations on the way they are offered to patients seeking fertility services.

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