Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

The Practising Midwife Blog 11 Jun 2024: Supporting Nursing and Midwifery Students: Restorative Supervision

Walker, Jayne; Jennison, Lisa; Lachanudis, Lisa

Authors

Profile Image

Mrs Jayne Walker J.L.Walker@hull.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer| Professional Lead for Fitness to Practice

Profile Image

Miss Lisa Lachanudis L.Lachanudis@hull.ac.uk
Lecturer in Midwifery and Programme Director for Professional Midwifery Advocate



Abstract

In the current climate of healthcare in the UK, the retention and support of nursing and midwifery professionals are critical concerns. The National Health Service (NHS) National Staff Survey (2023) highlighted alarming levels of burnout among midwives and nurses, emphasising the urgent need for interventions to bolster their emotional wellbeing. The Professional Midwifery Advocate (PMA) and Professional Nurse Advocate (PNA) roles deliver the A-EQUIP model, which prioritises civility, collaboration and empathy in healthcare, supporting the holistic development of students and registered professionals alike. Through Restorative Supervision (RS), the healthcare workforce gains resilience, personal growth and enhanced care quality, positioning it as a beacon of hope for a brighter future in nursing and midwifery education.

Citation

Walker, J., Jennison, L., & Lachanudis, L. (2024). The Practising Midwife Blog 11 Jun 2024: Supporting Nursing and Midwifery Students: Restorative Supervision. [blog post]

Digital Artefact Type Website Content
Acceptance Date May 28, 2024
Online Publication Date Jun 11, 2024
Publication Date Jun 11, 2024
Deposit Date Jun 23, 2024
Publicly Available Date Jun 25, 2024
Keywords Restorative Supervision
Public URL https://hull-repository.worktribe.com/output/4717968

Files





You might also like



Downloadable Citations