Three-Yearly Checks on Nurses and Midwives? (BBC News)

Summary

Nurses and midwives in the UK might soon face the requirement of three-yearly checks under proposals put forward by the Nursing and Midwifery Council. These plans, which are partly a reaction to the Francis Inquiry Report, may come into force by the end of 2015, and are likely to involve feedback on performance from patients, colleagues and employers.

A similar system (every five years) was introduced last year for doctors.

Read more: BBC News: Nurses and midwives set to face three-yearly checks.

Reference

Triggle, N. (2013). Nurses and midwives set to face three-yearly checks. London: BBC Health News, September 6th 2013.

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