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The fourth animation in our Caring with Confidence: The Code in Action series
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NMC responds to Skills for Care report on the state of the adult social care sector and workforce in England
Andrea Sutcliffe comments on the Skills for Care ‘The state of the adult social care sector and workforce in England’ report.
Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Executive and Registrar of the NMC, comments on the NHS England funding announcement.
Rodger Kline, a Research Fellow at Middlesex University and part of the NMC External Advisory Group, speaks about our latest research report.
Today, the Nursing and Midwifery Council has published ‘Ambitious for change: research into NMC processes and people’s protected characteristics.’
The third animation in our Caring with Confidence: The Code in Action series
Verena Wallace, our Senior Midwifery Adviser, discusses how improving care for families experiencing baby loss influenced our new midwifery standards.
This week every year marks Baby Loss Awareness Week. This time last year, our chief executive and registrar, shared her very personal story. A year on, she refl
We congratulate all the nurses, midwives and nursing associates that have been recognised on the Queen's Birthday Honours list, including our own Council member
Caring with Confidence: The Code in Action continues
Caring with Confidence is a series of bite-sized animations about key aspects of your role as a nursing or midwifery professional.
Four new council members join the NMC Council today.
Andrea Sutcliffe speaks about the importance mental health and wellbeing, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
We've published our latest quarterly newsletter for midwives and our newsletter for nurses and nursing associates
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Matthew McClelland, our Director of Strategy and Insight, comments on the publication of the annual healthcare professional regulators’ whistleblowing report.
Our General Counsel, Clare Padley, reflects on the last ten years working at the NMC and shares what she's learnt along the way