By Colin Beesley on 24 June 2022
A step change is needed from the Government to once and for all end the longstanding and chronic midwifery shortages in England says the Royal College of Midwives (RCM).
By Colin Beesley on 25 February 2022
Staffing shortages and underinvestment are hitting the quality and safety of maternity care said the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Chief Executive Gill Walton, speaking to Westminster politicians this week.
This week the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) in Wales met with other trade unions in Wales to share, discuss and vote on the recent results of their individual member consultations on the enhanced offer from Welsh Government. The majority of ...
Foreign nationals working in the health and care sector in the UK should get a better deal from the Government in recognition of the key role they have played in combating the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report published today by a key ...
By Stuart Bonar on 25 May 2018
We frequently highlight the situation of midwives from elsewhere in the EU who live and work here in the UK, and we did so again at the end of March ahead of a Commons debate on the impact of Brexit on the NHS.