What is Revalidation
On the 8 October 2015 the NMC made the decision to introduce revalidation for all nurses and midwives in the UK.
Revalidation means that everyone on the register will have to demonstrate on a regular basis that they are able to deliver care in a safe, effective and professional way. All nurses and midwives have to show they are staying up to date in their practice and values of the Code, by reflecting on their practice and engaging in discussions with colleagues. Nurses and midwives have to obtain confirmation that they have met all the requirements before they apply to renew their place on the register – every three years.
All 685,000 nurses and midwives on the NMC’s register will go through the new process as their registration becomes due for renewal.
Help with Revalidation
Rexshihealthcare can provide one-to-one support to help you keep up-to-date with reflections on practice, CPD, and being ready in advance for your revalidation date.
Here’s all the latest information from the NMC about revalidation for nurses:
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