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NMC Revalidation: FAQs

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Bravo the luvvies at the NMC. You've really excelled yourself this time, it would indeed be funny if it wasn't so damned frustrating and annoying! Could I first echo the views of colleagues above, and add that this latest in a long line of beurocratic (excuse the spelling) paper shuffling exercises will clearly be effortlessly circumvented by the minority of 'incompetent' nurses, and cause needless additional aggravation for the rest of us, and at a time when qualified Nurses are needed more than ever. Post retirement from the NHS I've taken a brief break from nursing and was looking at returning part time, in part out of a belief in the principles of the NHS and a desire to do my own albeit small bit in keeping it above water and helping the public. But do you know what? I really can't be bothered as this latest pantomime is the final nail in the coffin of this old cynic's nursing career. Maybe I'm simply getting too just too old for such self justifying, unhelpful, bullsh@t.

Posted date

22 April, 2016

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1:18 pm

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