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Comment: 'Gather feedback to build up your evidence for revalidation'

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'nurses need to be courageous and raise their concerns, just as they would about care standards'. A fine aspiration, but so much research and anecdotal evidence to suggest that this is far easier said than done, especially where one's job is at stake. As other commenters have made clear, the big problem with this is lack of clarity. The NMC wants us to join in the consultation process but it is very hard when the regulator has so little to say on how things will work in practice. The point about gifts is well made and encapsulates the NMC's muddle on this.

Posted date

6 February, 2014

Posted time

8:46 am

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