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An employers' guide to revalidation of nurses

The Nursing and Midwifery Council have produced a guide for employers on what revalidation of nurses means for you and how you can support nurses through the process

Read the full guidance here

 

 

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  • I'm pleased that it is 19 pages long. Most GPs are really bored and were looking for something to fill their time with - this will help.

    I was especially cheered that the Nursing and Midwifery Council do not plan to take action against GPs who make an inadvertent error in complying with their procedures. (This is jolly decent of them.)

    I've only spoken to one practice nurse about revalidation - she said it has been very helpful to her also - in firming up her decision to retire this year.

    So a useful document all round.

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