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RCM outlines next steps for pay campaign

RCM outlines next steps for pay campaign

The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has this week written to the Prime Minister, revoicing its dissatisfaction with the recent pay award its members in England and Wales received. In its letter to Boris Johnson, the RCM have again called ...

Applying for a National Institute for Health Research Doctoral Fellowship

By Jo Cull, National Institute for Health Research Wellbeing of Women Doctoral Fellow No matter how keen you are to do your PhD, the thought of six years of part-time study while working part-time to pay for it is, well, a bit of a thought. The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) offer salaried Doctoral Fellowships to healthcare ...
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World Mental Health Day

By Lydia O'Neill, Digital Content Creator on 10 October 2021 On World Mental Health Day, the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) is calling on the Government to improve maternity services and asking employers, activists and branches to renew the Caring for You initiative in their units so that the health, ...
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We must get workforce planning rights says RCM submitting evidence to workforce consultation

By Colin Beesley on 13 September 2021 Safe maternity care can only be achieved if we get the long-term maternity workforce planning right, says the Royal College of Midwives (RCM). It comes as the RCM submitted its response to a Health Education England (HEE) workforce Call for ...
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RCM and other health organisations call for urgent Asian baby deaths enquiry

By Colin Beesley on 08 September 2021 Health organisations including the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) have written to Health Minister Nadine Dorries calling for an urgent confidential enquiry into the deaths of Asian and Asian British babies. This is needed to support Government ...
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