What are the big issues for the nursing, midwifery and care professions going forward? And where does the NMC need to focus attention?
These are just some of the questions we've set to our contributors in a series of blogs which are intended to air important issues and spark debate.
How should the NMC move forward?
Professor Julia Black, Pro Director for Research at the London School of Economics, on the areas to consider when shaping the future of regulation
In her blog, Mary Watkins, Baroness Watkins of Tavistock, shares her perspective of working with the NMC to influence parliamentary perspectives.
In this co-produced blog, NMC Chief Executive Andrea Sutcliffe and Think Look Act spokesperson and carer Jeanne Carlin talk the value co-production brings to the NMC.
Saffron Cordery is NHS Providers deputy chief executive and having worked in the healthcare sector since 2007, has extensive experience in policy development, influencing and communications.
Roger Kline is a research fellow at Middlesex University Business School and co-author with Duncan Lewis of The price of fear: Estimating the financial cost of bullying and harassment to the NHS in England (2018).
Should we be strengthening our voice to lead? Greta Westwood, Chief operating officer of the Florence Nightingale Foundation, thinks so.
In the third blog in our series we hear from Gill Walton, Chief Executive and General Secretary of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), one of the world’s oldest and largest midwifery organisations, representing the majority of the UK’s midwives.
In the second blog in our series, David Benton, Chief Executive of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, a US-based not-for-profit organisation, offers a global view.
Candace Imison, NMC Director of Strategy Development, launched our blog series.