By Gill Walton, RCM Chief Executive on 23 January 2020
This year, there’s going to be a lot of red in my wardrobe – because red is the symbol we are using for World Health Organization-designated International Year of the Midwife.
By Alice Sorby, RCM Employment Relations Advisor on 26 November 2019
We have suspected for some time through anecdotal evidence that the NHS Job Evaluation Scheme is not being used properly in certain areas. Job evaluation underpins the entire Agenda for Change pay structure and ensures equal pay for work of ...
By Denise Linay on 27 March 2019
This April the RCM celebrates the 10th anniversary of the opening up of membership to support workers in maternity. Apparently this is an anniversary celebrated by a gift of aluminium or tin but we’ll probably stick with cake.
By Ruth Sanders & Deborah Caine on 23 November 2018
Ruth Sanders and Deborah Caine consider the effects of standardising the role of the MSW, and reveal the work they have undertaken to develop MSWs in their area.
By Julie Thurogood on 24 November 2017
The job of being an MSW has many different aspects. So many, in fact, that I find it difficult to narrow them down. So instead, I’ll describe the different parts of my job that make it so special.