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  • 10 October, 2018

    A quarter (75%) of the UK public say the UK government should act to change the law on abortion in Northern Ireland. 

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    10 October, 2018

    The First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has announced an increase in bursaries for student midwives and nurses. 

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    9 October, 2018

    Andrea Sutcliffe CBE has been appointed the new head of the NMC. 

  • 8 October, 2018

    The RCM has called for the NHS to do more to address staff experiencing domestic abuse in its new report Safe places? Workplace support for those experiencing domestic abuse.

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    5 October, 2018

    This year’s conference was brought to a close with a ‘whistle-stop tour’ of some of the most inspirational women in the history of the trade union movement. 

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    5 October, 2018

    Three inspirational midwives, who have devoted their professional lives to supporting the most vulnerable women in society, gave the RCM conference an insight into one of the most challenging – but rewarding – roles in midwifery.

  • 5 October, 2018

    What does it mean to be a leader? This was the question speakers sought to address in the second session of the second day of the RCM conference 2018.

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    5 October, 2018

    A board game to support midwives and maternity services to move towards more continuity of care and carer is being launched today at the RCM annual conference.

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    5 October, 2018

    As transformation envelops maternity services, panellists opening day two of the RCM annual conference 2018 gave a timely view about about what it takes to put change into practice on the front line. 

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    4 October, 2018

    Inspiration abounded when two activists took to the main stage at the RCM conference 2018 to share their views on how we can – and must – challenge inequality, sexism and discrimination around us.

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