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  1. NHS patients being asked for credit card details prior to receiving treatment?
    Not heard of this at all, can't see how it would be appropriate as NHS is free at point of care to UK nationals
    Sep 16
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  2. Can I become a nurse? (UK)
    You will be required to have a medical to establish your fit to undertaker the duties of any post you apply for, I would say you would be covered by the disability discrimination act with regards to...
    Sep 13
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  3. Interview Preparation for Qualified Nurses
    It's all of those things but how will you make sure it's maintained when your not around, think about role modelling and leadership. What would be your expectations of your Staff and how would...
    Jul 19
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  4. Do all nurses feel like this?
    What your feeling is absolutely normal. I've been nursing since 1988 and stoll need to phone the ward every once in a while to check I've done everything I should have or that a patient I'm...
    Jul 19
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  5. Working life different since having children
    Having read through your other posts, have you spoken to HR or your union yet
    Jul 16
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  6. Working life different since having children
    I guess it depends on where you work and what your asking for. I worked after having my baby I dropped my hours to 30 and paid for childcare. Although it was very stressful I didn't ask for any...
    Jul 16
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  7. Interview Preparation for Qualified Nurses
    I I did respond to your thread, if your considering a band 7 I would expect you to already have some ideas about what they are asking, dont.think of it as an interview presentation but if how you...
    Jul 15
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  8. Band 7 presentation
    What are your ideas, if your ready for a band 7 you must have some ideas about quality and safety and what your role would be
    Jul 15
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  9. Different leadership styles?
    There is so much work and research on leadership in healthcare most NHS organisations will refer to the healthcare leadership framework ...
    Jul 8
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  10. NMC Registration Lapsed
    The NMC may not inform your boss however your manager should check your registration, and if not you have a professional responsibility to inform them as you have been in breech of your contract by...
    Jul 4
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  11. Band 6 Interview assistance
    Your presentation title specifically asks about initiatives, it may help to know what area you've applied for and what initiatives you have thought of to specifically answer the question
    Jun 29
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  12. put on capability
    And that is an understandable reaction and why it's important for you to get support from the RCN or unison. Are you fit to be in work? Does your trust have a wellbeing service, please go, the...
    Jun 29
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  13. Band 6 Interview assistance
    What ideas have you got? There's quite a bit of interview information already on the site and if your applying for a band 6 I'm assuming you must feel capable of undertaking the role so it may be...
    Jun 29
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  14. Nursing Rotation and Burnout in Mental Health Hospital
    I work in an environment where rotation has been introduced to change culture, and the same concerns were raised. It's a difficult balance but if there are concerns that there is a change...
    Jun 26
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  15. Band 7 interview
    Take a look at my article on interview techniques. Look at the Francis report, and the Andrews report (I think it's called trusted to care) How could you avoid creating care environments...
    Jun 22
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  16. Abusive Surgeon
    I'm so sorry your going through this, but the strongest advice I would start with is please do not resort to recording in theatre, this causes so many confidentiality and safeguarding concerns your...
    Jun 19
    Forum: Nursing in Australia / New Zealand
  17. Help with band 6 emergency department interview?
    Something a little more constructive may be useful. Think about what you can do as a deputy to influence standards, acting as a role model, promoting good practice and challenging poor practice....
    Jun 19
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  18. How do i make a change from RMN to qualified Midwife
    I think so, i don't think there is a conversion any more but it's worth checking with your local university
    Jun 18
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  19. put on capability
    Firstly I'm so sorry your going through this, what support are you getting from your seniors and occupational health. I would urge you not to make any rash decisions whilst your so distressed. ...
    Jun 17
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  20. Band 6 interview - advice appreciated
    In the time you have then I'd suggest focusing on the 6 C's that will answer the all aspects of the title.
    Apr 25
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  21. I know I am not yet a nurse but.
    We don't get any indemnity insurance from the NMC, its the responsibility of the nurse to arrange that separately. We get professional registration and that's it really.
    Apr 25
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  22. New Graduate with no experience
    I think you'll find that if you don't meet the criteria your application will be declined. But as silver dragon says, contact the NMC and ask.
    Apr 9
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  23. New Graduate with no experience
    You'll need to get the required time before the NMC will consider your registration. You have to have NMC registration to practice nursing in the UK
    Apr 8
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  24. nmc pin in uk for newly registered nurses
    We wait about 6 weeks from the time our newly qualified finish university and get their PIN
    Mar 31
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  25. Apply for the role of Pain nurse specialist
    Take a look at the royal college of anaesthetists guidance for management of acute pain. The NICE guidelines for pain management in palliative care, chronic pain and acute pain.
    Mar 29
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom


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