News and updates
News and updates about our work, projects and priorities
Today we're outlining final proposals for the regulation of nursing associates, including the skills and knowledge students will need in order to qualify.
Professor Geraldine Walters, Director of Education and Standards talks about our plans for regulating nursing associates
Keeping up to date with the rules on medicines for midwives
We’re putting people at the centre of fitness to practise
Donna Ockenden, Senior Midwifery Adviser reflects on the support given to families who have experienced bereavement
Hear from trainee nursing associates and the nurses they've been working with
NMC and seven other health and social care regulators sign Emerging concerns protocol to help share concerns more effectively
We've also announced a wider review of our registration processes for people trained outside the UK
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Sue Killen as interim Chief Executive and Registrar.
Following changes to our legislation, we're no longer accepting applications to join sub-part 2 of the nursing register.
After key changes to our legislation, we're now the regulator in law for nursing associates
We’re changing the resit requirements for applicants sitting the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)
Changing resit requirements for OSCE
Our Director of Education and Standards shares her experiences of the NHS
Celebrating 70 years of the NHS
Donna Ockenden, Senior Midwifery Adviser, reflects on the last few months at the NMC
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The first nurses can begin training against the new standards as early as January 2019
Today we welcome the publication of the Professional Standards Authority’s (PSA) review into our handling of the Morecambe Bay fitness to practise cases