Explore More

In the explore more section are some links and useful information you may wish to take note of to explore.

Nursing and Midwifery Council: https://www.nmc.org.uk/

Royal College of Midwives: https://www.rcm.org.uk/

Royal College of Nursing: https://www.rcn.org.uk/

 

  • The Francis Report
    The Francis Report was published in 2013 based on a public inquiry into poor care at the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust. The inquiry focused on failings within the trust itself and concluded that patients were routinely neglected by a trust which lost sight of its fundamental responsibility to provide safe care. There were 290 recommendations from the report, which has led to all Trusts’ reflecting on and changing their practices.

Francis Report: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/report-of-the-mid-staffordshire-nhs-foundation-trust-public-inquiry

 

 

  • ARU STEP into Healthcare

ARU offer a free Step into care course which will help you understand the nursing associate role and you will also gain certification.

ARU STEP into Healthcare: https://anglia-ruskin-university.learnworlds.com/course?courseid=sihc

 

  • Health careers website

Nursing: https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/we-are-the-nhs/nursing-careers

Midwifery: https://www.healthcareers.nhs.uk/explore-roles/midwifery 

Other Roles: 

We have not shown you all the roles you could go into in Nursing and Midwifery. Here are some short video’s and links from NHS health careers for you to watch and explore.

District Nurse

District nurses make a difference every day to the lives of the people they visit at home and in residential care homes. They provide increasingly complex care for patients and support for family members. 

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Prison Nurse

Nurses working in prisons provide similar help and support to GP nurses while offering additional support to prisoners with any mental health and substance misuse problems.

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General Practice Nurse

General practice nurses work in GP surgeries as part of the primary healthcare team, which might include doctors, pharmacists and dietitians.

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Neonatal nurse

Neonatal nurses care for newborn babies who are born premature or sick. A newborn baby can suffer from a range conditions requiring treatment.

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School Nurse

School nurses promote healthy lifestyles and prevent illness with school age students.

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Occupational Health Nurse

Occupational health nurses are leaders of public health and care in the workplace. They specialise in the care and well-being of people at work. 

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Theatre nurse

Theatre nurses work with patients of all ages and are involved in each phase of a person’s operation. Theatre nurses can also specialise in a specific area such of perioperative care or rotate through the areas.

  • preoperative (pre-assessment)
  • anaesthetics
  • surgical phase
  • recovery phase

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