The second article in our series of inspirational women could only be one woman in the month of May, International Nurses Day is celebrated tomorrow, her birthday. Florence Nightingale was born on the 12th May 1820 in Florence Italy. The day we now celebrate International Nurses Day. She was fluent in English, French, German and Italian as well as having … Read More
The RCNi Nursing Management Journal have written an article on our Regional Clinical Lead Amelia this week, in it she discusses what makes a good clinical leader, the importance of staff support for Agency Nurses and her love of horses. ‘A good nurse leader never forgets why they became a nurse’ Posted 25 April 2018 – 17:08 Amelia Greenwood-Blott, regional … Read More
Today Nicola Merrifield Deputy news editor at The Nursing Times discusses the support for the proposed associate regulations guidelines and what that will mean for the NMC register if it successfully goes ahead. Legislation changes to allow nursing associates onto the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s register are to go ahead, following “broad support” for the plans, the government has said … Read More
The RCN reports today on its new Ambassador the Khaleesi herself Emilia Clark!!! As the Royal College of Nursing’s sole ambassador, Emilia Clarke has pledged to use her own profile to campaign for greater investment in nursing and to challenge misconceptions. The new ambassador will join frontline nurses and health care workers to tackle the issues affecting the profession, including … Read More
We are now opening up the training at each of our Branches to all the Local Care Force Nurses. So if you are a Sheffield Nurse you can attend the Manchester or Leeds training dates. Just contact your usual Nursing team to be booked on.
We are now opening up the training at each of our Branches to all the Local Care Force Nurses. So if you are a Manchester Nurse you can attend the Leeds or Sheffield training dates. Just contact your usual Nursing team to be booked on.
We are now opening up the training at each of our Branches to all the Local Care Force Nurses. So if you are a Leeds Nurse you can attend the Manchester or Sheffield training dates. Just contact your usual Nursing team to be booked on.
Local Care Force is known for its strong females, from Leanne its Director to Emma A Training Team Manager Extraordinaire, Wendy (Leanne’s Mum and irreplaceable Head of Compliance) to the strong female nurses that represent LCF across the North West and Yorkshire. Local Care Force and formidable woman go hand in hand. Today is the start of our monthly celebration … Read More