'Dangerous and unsafe' care driving midwives out of NHS

'Dangerous and unsafe' care driving midwives out of NHS
 

Inadequate staffing levels are driving midwives to leave the NHS, with some looking after as many as 15 mothers and babies at a time, a report has found.
The study of more than 2,700 midwives uncovered fears about making mistakes because they were working 12-hour shifts with no break.
Midwives reported not being listened to when they told managers they feared for the safety of mothers and babies, while others experienced bullying from senior staff.
The respondents to the poll, for the Royal College of Midwives, were made up as follows: 31% were midwives who have left the profession in the... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Health, Views: 41
Source: Guardian
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