Opinion and comment
The four UK chief nursing officers (CNOs) for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and the Nursing and Midwifery Council have produced a framework, Enabling Professionalism, to support nurses and midwives across the UK to reflect on their practice and demonstrate how they are the hallmark of excellence in nursing and midwifery.
The biggest challenge for all chief nurses and HR directors is ensuring you have enough nurses to provide high-quality, safe care now – and in the future. Nursing Times brought together directors of nursing and HR from around the country in September to share ideas on how we can keep our nursing workforce safe, sustainable, and supported in their professional development.
The NHS Leadership Academy is offering nurses and midwives the opportunity to carry out their annual revalidation through their Edward Jenner Programme.
We talk to Julie Hamilton, head of nursing for education, revalidation and regulation at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Foundation Trust (GSTT), who has been a nurse for 19 years
I’m delighted to see that so many nurses and midwives from such a range of practice settings, including the care home sector, have already submitted their revalidation applications.
Anything new can make us feel anxious, particularly if we feel that the change is being imposed on us. This is how many nurses feel about revalidation, says Rami Jumnoodoo
Angela Paul, a learning disability nurse, recently went through the revalidation process with the NMC
As revalidation approaches many nurses are collecting their evidence to ensure they are ready when their registration is due for renewal.
Revalidation is far from onerousSubscription
If you worry that the process of revalidation is going to be complex and time-consuming I have good news.
Revalidation and its role in supporting nursesSubscription
This year heralds a new system for nurses, the process of revalidation. Liz Charalambous discusses how the nursing profession is reacting and what revalidation has to offer