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NMC Revalidation: FAQs

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Totally agree with some of the comments made.For starters , with regard to 'the reflective discussion' with another trained colleague, most of us ward nurses( constantly understaffed and spread so thinly)are just about managing to provide care for our patients on a daily basis at the cost of our own health and well being with no breaks and inadequate staffing .For years experienced knowledgeable , committed and hardworking nurses have left the ward well after their shift has ended due to the mountainous piles of paperwork which contrary to comments about ' poor time management ' ( try doing this job and see how you fair oh the one in the office doing your audit)it's because there's just so much to do .Many a time I've seen colleagues of mine Inc myself have to use their own free time at home to complete student assessments due to the time constraints on the ward so I think the NMC has really excelled itself this time with the revalidation process .A total pile of @#$/

Posted date

12 March, 2017

Posted time

7:55 am

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