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Time for a resolution on pay as Executive returns says RCM
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Time for a resolution on pay as Executive returns says RCM

By Gemma Murphy on 30 January 2024 ‘Now is the time for a resolution on pay,’ says The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) in Northern Ireland with the anticipated return of the Executive and an existing commitment from the UK Government on funding for public sector pay. Following ...
RCM comments on Panorama’s ‘Midwives under Pressure’ programme
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RCM comments on Panorama’s ‘Midwives under Pressure’ programme

on 29 January 2024 Following the broadcast of Panorama - Midwives under Pressure by the BBC, Gill Walton, Chief Executive of The Royal College of Midwives (RCM), said: “The testimonies of the midwives, the women, and their families are heartbreaking and must ...
RCM welcomes new research strategy but cautions it must be backed-up with resources
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RCM welcomes new research strategy but cautions it must be backed-up with resources

on 25 May 2023 The importance of research to drive improvements in maternity safety and the quality of care has been underlined with the publication of a strategic plan for research from England’s Chief Midwifery Officer (CMidO). It sets out plans for maternity ...
Safety, choice, and staff wellbeing must be focus of service reconfigurations, says RCM
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Safety, choice, and staff wellbeing must be focus of service reconfigurations, says RCM

on 23 May 2023 Updated guidance on what to consider when reconfiguring maternity services has been published today by the Royal College of Midwives.
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RCM calls for action on staffing shortages and protecting pregnant migrant women in TUC Women’s Conference motions

on 09 March 2023 The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) says the Government must fix England’s maternity staffing shortages which are hitting the safety of care, choice for women, and staff wellbeing. The call comes in an RCM motion to the TUC Women’s Conference ...
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