Staff on the front-line at UCLH consider the lessons learned during the pandemic
Alison Finch, lead nurse for nursing and midwifery revalidation, reflects on the value of supporting students to develop clinical-academic careers
Matron Alison Finch reviews Brief Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Cancer Patients: Re-visioning the CBT Paradigm.
Since 1 April 2016, UK nurses and midwives have been required to undertake revalidation to maintain their registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council. This article reports the results of a service evaluation to identify the revalidation preparation experiences of nurses and midwives at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH). Findings suggest that the revalidation preparation process at UCLH supports staff to seek opportunities continually for practice feedback, reflect on their everyday experiences and link their learning to ongoing professional development.
RCNi revalidation study days offer nurses and midwives the opportunity to discuss their individual concerns with revalidation experts, and attendees leave with part of their revalidation complete.
This handbook addresses the misconception that spiritual care is synonymous with religious care using research and examples of evidence-based practice carried out by the chaplaincy team at Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
This thoughtful book is by members of the chaplaincy team at Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.