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A principal requirement in the revalidation process is evidence of continued professional development or CPD.
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,...
The Government has set out plans to modernise fitness to practise processes and give healthcare regulators greater autonomy to be responsive to a fast-changing healthcare environment.
NMC Defence Barristers secure a quick resolution for a nurse who recently accepted a police caution.
The leaders of nine healthcare regulators, including the NMC, have signed a joint statement to stress the benefits of good reflection among healthcare professionals.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) will review post-registration standards after a review found it to have resulted in a ‘patchwork’ of advanced practice education.
Healthcare Regulators consider cases involving dishonesty, sexual misconduct or criminal convictions as serious cases. In assessing seriousness Tribunals will look at any risk to the public.
NMC Defence Barristers have secured another decision of no case to answer from NMC Case Examiners for issues relating to failure to escalate concerns about a patient.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has set out its priorities for the coming year as it prepares for their next 5-year plan.
The NMC has published new return to practice standards on Monday 20 May 2019.
When NB approached NMC Defence Barristers, there had been a number of allegations made relating to failure to safeguard patients dating back 3 years.
I had an issue with the NMC which appeared to be too great to overcome. For a reasonable price which reflected my reduced circumstances Ms Catherine Stock agreed to represent me. I have no reservations in saying I have never met a person who is so adept, skilful and...
The private sector has been accused of poaching NHS nurses by offering better training and working incentives.
The latest NMC Register’ data report shows a record number of nurses, midwives and nursing associates on the register.
The Government has launched a campaign to help nurses and other frontline health workers spot the signs of modern slavery.
The Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) is failing to meet key standards in its handling of Fitness to Practise cases according to the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).
The author of a recent report comparing the outcome of two fitness to practise cases suggested that nurses are dealt with more harshly than doctors.
The recent outcome of a High Court case illustrated the importance of evidence in Nursing and Midwifery Council hearings and sanctions.