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Jeremy Smith

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  • Comment on: A healthy approach to work

    Jeremy Smith's comment 5 February, 2016 2:39 pm

    Excellent article. OH is a great place to work.

  • Comment on: Revalidation pilots reveal need for more clarity in some areas

    Jeremy Smith's comment 24 July, 2015 11:01 pm

    michael stone | 24-Jul-2015 9:47 am

    You misunderstand me, I didn't write the guidance, neither was I saying that a lot of nurses apparently cannot read it and properly understand it - I just read it and completed the revalidation. I guess I must have been in the 50% of people who didn't find it baffling then....

  • Comment on: Revalidation pilots reveal need for more clarity in some areas

    Jeremy Smith's comment 23 July, 2015 8:19 pm

    I completed the pilot study. I was clear from the start that my confirmer should be a fellow registrant, someone who understands my area of nursing practice. It made sense to me that my confirmer and PDD person were the same. I didn't have any difficulty understanding what I was being asked to do and found the information I was sent by the NMC prior to completing it easy to understand.

  • Comment on: Revalidation model 'inadequate for significant number of nurses'

    Jeremy Smith's comment 14 July, 2015 10:29 pm

    I am a self employed nurse and work as a sole practitioner. I completed revalidation as part of the pilot study. I didn't find it difficult. My confirmer for both parts was also a self employed nurse. The system had a couple of quirks but the pilot identified these and they will be corrected. It was really a simple process. People seem to forget the NMC is not there for our benefit as nurses, it's purpose is to protect the public.

  • Comment on: Exclusive: '6Cs' nursing values to be rolled out to all NHS staff

    Jeremy Smith's comment 23 April, 2014 1:05 pm

    *only a nurse could think of this and give it a label. as a hcw this is what you do all the time. giving it a fancy label will not make lazy nurses any better , and the good ones do not need this nonsense. watch how many adhere to the principals of hand hygiene*

    Or any lazy HCW for that matter Rodney Michael Tracey

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