News and updates
News and updates about our work, projects and priorities
Today we welcome the publication of the Professional Standards Authority’s (PSA) review into our handling of the Morecambe Bay fitness to practise cases
Jackie Smith to step down
We are seeking a new registrant member to our Council. The role is open to current registrants from the UK. Closing date is 17:00, 30 May 2018.
Today we have released new figures from our register which show a significant rise in the number of EU nurses and midwives leaving the register.
Today we have launched our consultation on our proposed approach to the regulation of nursing associates.
Today we have outlined plans to overhaul our approach to dealing with complaints about nurses and midwives.
Philip Graf to take up role of Chair in May.
Geraldine Walters, Director of Education, Standards and Policy gives the latest on our education programme
Overview of improvements and findings for 2016-17.
We welcome today’s report from the Health committee about the UK’s nursing workforce.
We're seeking to fill three vacancies on the Appointments Board
Following a three day hearing, a senior High Court Judge has today upheld the decision of the Nursing and Midwifery Council's (NMC's) Registrar that the indemni
We have launched a consultation seeking views on the proposed registration fees for nursing associates.
Donna Ockenden, Senior Midwifery Adviser, talks about her recent visit to Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust
Increasing number of nurses and midwives leaving profession ‘highlights major challenges faced by health and care sectors'
New figures show a continuation of previous trends.
Changes to our language testing requirements for nurses and midwives trained outside the UK have come into force today.
Three animations demonstrate how nurses and midwives could use the Enabling professionalism framework to reflect on practice and challenge poor behaviour.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) is making alternative options available for nurses and midwives, trained outside the UK, to demonstrate their English la
Following recent terrorist incidents, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) has provided information for nurses and midwives on responding to unexpected incid
Joint statement from the Chief Executives of statutory regulators of health and care professionals