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Nursing Standard Podcast
37 minutes | 3 years ago
1: Be big, be brave
Series 3 of Nursing Standard podcast begins by inviting Joann Morse to talk us through her journey at University Hospital Morecambe Bay Foundation Trust. University of Dundee senior lecturer Emma Burnett also discusses infection control and prevention. For more information go to nursingstandard.com/podcast Discount code link: rcni.com/podcastcode Presented by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: RCNi and Nursing Standard
33 minutes | 3 years ago
8: Mental health and Medicines Management
Nursing Standard podcast returns for the season finale. Guests: - Crisis NHS Dumfries and Galloway Assessment and Treatment Service's Kelvin Frew - COPE Scotland's Hilda Campbell - Canterbury Christ Church University senior lecturer Jane Brindley Presented by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: RCNi and Nursing Standard
43 minutes | 3 years ago
7: Time to strike!
The penultimate episode of Series 2 features Baroness Watkins, interviews from the Midlands and East Regional General Practice Nursing Conference, and a discussion on anticoagulation medicines management. Presented by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: RCNi and Nursing Standard
32 minutes | 3 years ago
6: Helping victims of modern slavery
Did you know there are more than 14 million people in slavery around the world? Adult nurse Louise Cahill has developed a tool to help spot the victims of modern slavery and ensure they get the help they need. The episode also covers recent news and patient/nurse communication in advanced clinical practice. Presented by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: RCNi and Nursing Standard
23 minutes | 3 years ago
5: Agile working – Shared online notes and IM help to improve care
Join presenter Matthew Mckew for a day out on the rounds with North East London Foundation Trust tissue viability nurse Debbie Wickens. Debbie explains how a new way of working is helping community and mental health nurses keep on the move and assess patients with an instant, online shared records systems. Presented by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: RCNi and Nursing Standard
33 minutes | 3 years ago
4: Change is in the care
Nursing Standard is ringing the changes and editor Graham Scott tells host Matthew Mckew what readers can expect over the coming weeks. Advanced nurse practitioner Wendy Webb talks about palliative care for the homeless and Dame Professor Jill Macleod Clark explains her reasoning behind the forthcoming NMC pre-registration education changes. Presented by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: RCNi and Nursing Standard
60 minutes | 3 years ago
3: Ice cubes in a warm cup of water
Nursing Standard podcast heads to Swansea University to hear about the experiences of four students. Hear what they look for in a mentor, have gained from placements and hope to achieve in the future. Also listen in for the usual news round-up Presented by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: RCNi and Nursing Standard
54 minutes | 3 years ago
2: Nursing student bursary 'far from ideal'
Nursing Standard Podcast Series 2 Episode 2 Join Matthew Mckew for a news round-up and an interview with Conservative MP for Lewes and cancer nurse Maria Caulfield. Also tune in to learn about Advanced Nurse Practitioner credentialing with the RCN. Presented by: Matthew Mckew Featuring: Chris Longhurst (RCNi), Maria Caulfield (MP), Wendy Preston (RCN) Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: Nursing Standard and RCNi
14 minutes | 3 years ago
1: Swap the 4 fields of nursing for 2
Professor Twycross says the NMC education plans could have gone further and suggests overhauling the four fields of nursing. Listen to what she suggests should happen with nurse education.
49 minutes | 3 years ago
1: Education changes: Bye to mentoring, hello to simulation?
Nursing Standard podcast returns for Series 2. Bonus material out soon. Sections: - News . 1min40 - Education changes . 10min22 - Pain management 35min45 Guests: - Deborah Rowberry, Swansea University - Gabby Rowley-Conwy, Swansea University - Alison Twycross, London South Bank University - Barry Quinn, visiting professor King’s College London Presenter: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: Nursing Standard and RCNi Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
39 minutes | 3 years ago
Enter RCNi Nurse Awards 2018
This special edition focuses on the RCNi Nurse Awards 2018. Hear from the RCN Nurse of the Year 2017 Melanie Davies and lead judge Dr Caroline Shuldham. Enter the awards here: www.nurseawards.co.uk And enter our survey with Marie Curie here: www.rcni.com/marie-curie-survey Remember to subscribe to Nursing Standard podcast and recommend to friends and colleagues. Series 2 of the podcast starts on February 21. Presenter: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: Nursing Standard and RCNi
37 minutes | 3 years ago
Christmas Quiz Special
Merry Christmas subscribers! Nursing Standard news editor Kat Keogh and assistant editor Clare Lomas take on Nursing Standard editor Graham Scott and Mental Health Practice editor Colin Parish in an end of year Christmas quiz. Play along to win! £150, £100 and £50 book vouchers are up for grabs. At the end of each of the four quiz rounds are questions for listeners to answer. How to enter: • Listen out for the questions during the Christmas quiz section of the podcast at 15 mins 30 secs. • Email all four answers to email@example.com • Include a phone number and postal address in your submission. • Enter by 3 January at 5pm. • Those with the correct answers will be entered into a random prize draw. Hosted by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: Nursing Standard and RCNi
8 minutes | 3 years ago
7: Nurses and Grenfell: Six months on
Six months on from the Grenfell Tower fire, Nursing Standard assistant editor Flavia Munn has been speaking to the nurse outreach team at the site. Guest: Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust chief executive Claire Murdoch Grenfell chief psychologist John Green Presented by: Matthew Mckew Music by: Sam Tyler Produced by: Nursing Standard and RCNi
58 minutes | 3 years ago
6: Budget reaction and scheme for carers to become nurses
Scroll for timestamps RCN general secretary Janet Davies reacts to the Autumn budget and Nursing Standard podcast heads to Wales to hear about safe staffing and proposals for carers to train to become nurses. Episode 6 also discusses calls for healthcare assistants to be regulated, defence nursing and the new RCNi Career Guide. As usual the episode starts with a news round-up from the previous week. Subscribe, review and share. News: 0-13 mins Janet Davies: 13-25.30 mins Tina Donnelly: 25.30-52.11mins Careers Guide: 52.11 to end. Host: Matthew Mckew Music: Sam Tyler Produced by: Nursing Standard and RCNi
57 minutes | 3 years ago
5: 12 hours shifts, overseas exchanges and sepsis awareness
Episode 5 of Nursing Standard Podcast features the story of Sam Morrish, a three-year-old boy who died of sepsis. His mother Sue speaks of his final 24 hours. The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust chief nurse Eamonn Sullivan is also on show, talking about an innovative overseas exchange programme for nurses, the Capital Nurse cancer passport, nursing associates and more. In this week’s news section, reporters Chris Longhurst and Matthew Mckew discuss 12 hour shifts and new staffing legislation in Wales. Time Stamps: News 2:20 to 16:00 Eamonn Sullivan (Royal Marsden) 16:00 to 39:23 Sue Morrish (on sepsis) 39:30 to 53:34 Sarah Neill (on sepsis) 53:35 to 55:30 Presented by Matthew Mckew Music by Sam Tyler Produced by RCNi and Nursing Standard
35 minutes | 4 years ago
4: The legacy of Mary Seacole and bridging today’s leadership gap
Nursing Standard Podcast Episode 4 features Mary Seacole Trust chair Trevor Sterling, discussing the legacy of the trailblazing nurse and the statue dedicated to her. Sheffield Hallam University's professor of nursing Laura Serrant shares her moving poem You Called and We Came and Nursing Management journal editor Nick Lipley discusses apprenticeships for nurses looking to progress. The episode also includes a nursing news round-up by Chris Longhurst. Presented by Matthew Mckew Music by Sam Tyler Produced by RCNi and Nursing Standard
35 minutes | 4 years ago
3: 'Give the baby away and have a healthy one'
‘Give it away and have a healthy one,’ was the abhorrent advice given to a mother of a child with learning disabilities in the 1930s, according to a speaker at the recent Learning Disability Practice conference in Manchester earlier this month. The third episode of the Nursing Standard Podcast discusses how attitudes towards people with learning disabilities have since changed. Following the usual news section, reporter Matthew Mckew interviews speakers from the conference on changing perspectives, ageing, palliative care, chemical restraint and more. Presented by Matthew Mckew Music by Sam Tyler Produced by RCNi and Nursing Standard
41 minutes | 4 years ago
2: Pay cap was legitimate, but stupid now
Former health minister Norman Lamb MP is this week's Nursing Standard Podcast guest. He joins reporter Matthew Mckew to discuss pay, funding, mental health and Brexit. Also on the episode: - A round up of news - Research on graphic visualisation Music by Sam Tyler
38 minutes | 4 years ago
"Not a game of chess, Jeremy Hunt"
The Nursing Standard Podcast launches with its first episode, featuring RCN head of nursing policy and practice Dame Donna Kinnair. N.B: There is a segment where the presenter says Mr Hunt has announced 5,000 new apprenticeships, this was a slip of the tongue and should have referred to the 5,500 nursing associates announced by the health secretary.
1 minutes | 4 years ago
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