Interim Orders 6 Guides

Interim orders are urgent measures to temporarily suspend or restrict a nurse, midwife or nursing associate’s practice while we investigate their case. There are two types of interim orders and their main purpose is to protect the public. Interim conditions of practice orders impose conditions the nurse, midwife or nursing associate must comply with in order to work as a nurse, midwife or nursing associate. Interim suspension orders suspend the nurse or midwife’s registration which means they cannot practise as a nurse, midwife or nursing associate whilst the suspension is in place.

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