Revalidation support from Nurseplus
At Nurseplus we know how confusing and time-consuming revalidation can be, we want to help our Nurses and provide the support they need for this process.
What is Nurse Revalidation?
Revalidation came into place April 2016. It is a new process that all nurses and midwives in the UK need to complete to maintain their registration with the NMC. The main purpose is for the nurse/midwife to demonstrate that they practice safely and effectively.
How often is Nurse Revalidation required?
Revalidation take place every 3 years and is submitted online via your NMC online account, you can set this up via the NMC
View the 7 points in the box to the right for the requirements required for revalidation, the NMC has further information on each of these points
How can Nurseplus support your Nurse Revalidation?
Your local Nurseplus branch can provide you with a shift report to evidence your practice hours.
Your local Nurseplus Branch Manager can provide you with feedback, copies of surveys/reviews etc for your practice related feedback.
Your local Nurseplus Branch Manager can sign off your confirmation.
The NMC have lots of advice and support, find out more information
Contact your local Nurseplus branch today for more information
DID YOU KNOW -
Nurseplus have a £500 cash back offer for RGN/RMNs joining our teams
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The 7 points of Nurse Revalidation
Continuing professional development
Practice related feedback
Written reflective accounts
Health and character
Professional indemnity arrangement