News and updates
News and updates about our work, projects and priorities
We’ve launched a consultation which proposes to overhaul midwifery education so that the UK is the best and safest place to have a baby.
Sue West, Senior Nursing Education Adviser, talks about the new roles set out in the Standards for student supervision and assessment, and their impact in educa
In her regular blog, our Chief Executive, Andrea Sutcliffe, reflects on her visit to Northern Ireland and the nursing associate celebration event in Westminster
In her regular blog, our new Chief Executive, Andrea Sutcliffe, reflects on her visit to Wales as part of her commitment to getting a better sense of the differ
In her regular blog, our new Chief Executive, Andrea Sutcliffe, reflects on a landmark moment as the first nursing associates join our register
First qualified nursing associates join the NMC’s register from today.
In the first of her regular blogs, our new Chief Executive Andrea Sutcliffe talks about starting her new job and what her approach will be
Andrea Sutcliffe CBE has taken up her role as our new Chief Executive and Registrar.
Our response to Professional Standards Authority report on duty of candour
Our response to the publication of the NHS long term plan in England
The Public Support Service will offer personal support to members of the public who raise concerns about nurses and midwives.
Have you or a loved one received any midwifery care? If you have, we want to hear about your experience.
Response to appointment of new Chief Nursing Officer
Proposals to change the requirements for overseas nurses and midwives taking the International English Language Test System (IELTS) were given the go-ahead by t
Ambitious draft midwifery education standards have been outlined ahead of a proposed public consultation in early 2019.
Proposed change to IELTS requirement to be considered by NMC’s Council next week
Yvonne Coghill, CBE, OBE is the director of the NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) and Deputy President of RCN. She talks frankly about her route to th
693,618 nurses and midwives are registered to work in the UK
Annual Report and Accounts and Fitness to Practise Annual Report for 2017-2018.