Latest newsletter for the public and employers
Published on 03 February 2021
We’ve published our latest quarterly newsletters for the public and employers.
Our public newsletter contains a lead article on the mass roll out of Covid-19 vaccines. All members of the public can be assured that nurses and midwives in the UK, and nursing associates in England delivering any Covid-19 vaccine are educated to act in line with national protocol and our Code.
The lead article in our employers’ newsletter talks about our new employers’ resource. This new resource has been created to help employers take effective action when concerned about a health and care professional’s practise.
What else can I expect if I read the public newsletter?
Hear from Rachel Power, Chief Executive of the Patients Association, how their central mission of patient partnership and involvement is developing during and after Covid-19. You’ll also find the latest NMC news on the expansion of our temporary register, the reintroduction of emergency education standards, the results of our latest equality, diversity and inclusivity research and more.
What else can I expect if I read the employers’ newsletter?
Readers will find the latest NMC news, including information about the expansion of our temporary register, the reintroduction of our emergency education standards for students and a link to our webpage with information about Covid-19 vaccines. There’s also an informative article by Loraine Mahachi about how important it is for employers to see the individual and listen to their unique lived experiences.
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