Tag Archives: pre-registration education

Educating nurses

The Nursing and Midwifery Council is consulting on its programme of change for education. Information can be found here, and there’s a lot of it. Mental Health Nurse Academics UK (MHNAUK) will be submitting a response, with Anne Felton from … Continue reading

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The shape of nursing?

Congratulations to Steven¬†Pryjmachuk on his pre-Christmas election as Vice Chair, and Chair-elect, for Mental Health Nurse Academics UK. Steven works with Joy Duxbury throughout 2015 and 2016, and becomes Chair for the two years following. During the December 2014 MHNAUK … Continue reading

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December catch-up

Competing priorities have kept me away from this site in recent weeks. There’s been work to do on COCAPP, which is close to the finish line, and doctoral students’ drafts to read and comment on (before imminent thesis submission, in … Continue reading

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Review fever

Just what we need: another review of nurse education. Yesterday the Nursing Times carried this item reporting a joint Health Education England and Nursing and Midwifery Council plan to investigate standards. The NT says: Health Education England and the Nursing … Continue reading

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Identity and education

One of the things I discussed with Swansea University’s Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHP) students today was how the emergence of a system of community mental health care opened up important new sites for the advancement of professional jurisdictional claims. … Continue reading

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