A Dignified Revolution
What evidence is there that new guidance will make any difference to the guiadnace that was previosuly in place? But, the NMC can tick the box that it has done its bit and move on
Comment on: NMC to vote on proposals for nurse revalidation
NMC is unable to cope with what it has to do already so little confidence that this will ever be achieved!
I think people are wondering how on earth a nursing director at Mid Staffs had 'no case to answer'.
Comment on: NMC chief exec resigns
It is good to hear nurses voicing their concerns about their regulator. It is a shame that more do not do the same and that they are listened to. Nurses are required to be registered by the NMC to enable them to practice, and they have to pay for that privilege. The NMC is therefore accountable to nurses and should be ensuring that it provides reputable service that not only protects the public but also the reputation of the nursing profession. It has failed do this in recent years. It is time for those working in regulatory and monitoring bodies to realise that in exchange for substantial salaries they have a duty to provide an excellent standard of service to protect the publicand the nursing profession.
Why not ths year? Patients ahve waited long enough!