Who we are
We’re the largest healthcare regulator in the UK
What we do
Our role is to protect the public by regulating the nursing and midwifery professions in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
We set standards of education, training, practice and behaviour so that nurses and midwives can deliver high quality care throughout their careers.
All nurses and midwives who practise in the UK must show they meet our standards before they can join our register. It’s our responsibility to maintain this register and to investigate when a nurse or midwife falls short of the standards set.
An exciting place to work
We’re a dynamic, high-profile organisation with an extremely important mission: everything we do helps to protect the public.
From Fitness to Practise to HR, our departments have very different responsibilities but they all play a vital role in helping to achieve this goal.
The environment we work in is fast-paced and we’re constantly responding to changes in politics and society as a whole. Right now is a particularly exciting time for us as we prepare to regulate a new profession – nursing associates – in 2019.
The way we work
The way we work matters to us and our offices are supportive, inclusive environments, where our approach to work is underpinned by a set of shared values.
To help us to deliver our vision, we have four important behaviours.
- Working together.
- Shaping the future.
- Being accountable.
We encourage agile and flexible working where possible and reward staff with a range of benefits.
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