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NMC Revalidation Part 5: Right of Appeal

There are a number of outcomes from the revalidation process.  Most nurses, midwives and/or nursing associates will successfully revalidate.  However, there is the possibility that either a registrant is unable to complete the process within the prescribed timeframe...

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NMC Revalidation Part 1: Revalidation

Revalidation is a process that every registered nurse, midwife and nursing associate must go through every three years to show they continue to be competent to practise. The NMC introduced a revalidation requirement in April 2016 and between April 2016 and March 2019,...

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A glimpse at future nurse workforce strategy

A letter signed by Baroness Dido Harding and Julian Hartley, who are both responsible for the development of the NHS workforce implementation plan has warned nursing shortages in England are “unlikely to improve”.

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NMC fitness to practise: a new approach

The NMC have launched their new fitness to practise strategy.  They claim this will be a move from a blame culture to a just culture.  Whilst some of the proposals should allow issues to be dealt with a local level much of their strategy relies upon...

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