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Facilitating learning in practice: mentorship portfolio assessment

This is a nursing practice-focused course. You must be able to demonstrate that you are currently on the NMC Professional Register as a Registered Nurse. This offering is not suitable for Midwives.This course involves the completion of a portfolio of evidence demonstrating that you have undertaken mentoring activities, under supervision, in supporting nursing students in clinical practice. There is no taught component to the course and you are required to work on the portfolio independently with advice and guidance from your mentor in the practice setting.You will be provided with a completion certificate on successful completion and verification of your portfolio.

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Recruiting the right people into nursing

With over 300,000 qualified nurses employed in the NHS, it is vital that the right people are selected for the job.

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Choosing to become a midwife

The Open University's Carol Komaromy discusses her reasons for becoming a midwife, and what made her choose to enter the academic world

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Lenny's Britain - Family Matters

We begin the series in the bosom of the family. Here, humour is a way of dealing with tensions, especially those arising from the rights of passage - birth, marriage and death.

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NHS Experts' Q&A

We asked the NHS workers featured in the programme a series of questions about the areas in which they work. From paediatric nurse to paramedic, we get the answers first hand from those working on the front line. What are their day-to-day experiences? What are the rewards and frustrations in working in the field they have chosen? Discover what the people behind the treatment really think

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What is a midwife?

Mia Davies considers the midwife's role in modern childbirth

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Born Too Soon?: The Effects of Health Inequality

Kerri-Anne Gifford asks how health inequalities affect the chances of survival for premature babies

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OU on the BBC: Desperate Midwives - About The Series

Desperate Midwives is focused on the labour ward of Derby City General Hospital, the midwives who work there are the mums and babies they deal with day by day.

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OU on the BBC: Desperate Midwives - Programme Guides

A programme-by-programme guide for the documentary series Desperate Midwives, about the midwives who work at Derby City General hospital.

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Why is childbirth a medical procedure?

Sarah Earle examines the developing degree of medical intervention in birth

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A day in the life of... the midwife

A midwife answers some of the questions she faces regularly.

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