Consultation on standards of proficiency for registered nurses
The draft standards of proficiency reflect what we think the public will need in the future from the nurses who care for them. They are the minimum standards that a nurse will need to meet to be considered to be capable of safe and effective practice.
What do nurses think the future holds?
We asked nurses what they thought their profession would look like in 2030. This is what they told us.
The standards of proficiency are structured under seven headings that describe key components of the roles, responsibilities and accountabilities of registered nurses.
Tell us what you think
Why Research Ltd, an external, independent organisation is hosting the consultation surveys and collecting the responses. If you choose to take part in the consultation, all your answers will be anonymous and treated in the strictest confidence.
We know time is precious, so you can give us your feedback in two ways:
The full consultation - for nurses, midwives and those with a background in education or healthcare. Give us your views about the proposed standards of proficiency for registered nurses and the education framework: standards for education and training. You can comment on those parts of the consultation more relevant to your experience or complete the consultation in full. You can start the consultation, save it and then come back to it when you have more time.
Selected questions for professionals - we know how busy you are but we want to hear your views. So we have developed a shorter consultation focusing on key areas of the consultation. We would like to encourage you to complete the full consultation when you have more time. Before completing the questions in the consultation, please read the background information below, which explains how the draft standards were developed, as well as the draft standards themselves. Your answers will be anonymous and treated in the strictest confidence.
Before completing the consultation, please read the consultation information, which explains how the draft standards were developed, as well as the draft standards themselves.
These documents will open in a new window, but you may wish to print them off so you can easily refer to them when answering questions.
Easy Read survey
We want everyone to have their say on the future of nursing. For this reason we have created an Easy Read version of our survey which is accessible to people with learning disabilities.
This consultation will close on 12 September 2017.
If you would like any information in an alternative format, or help with completing the consultation or the survey, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.