NMC is found to be unfit to practise

Parr, Chris
July 2012
Independent Nurse;7/16/2012, p10
The article offers news brief on the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence's (CHRE) final report, which highlights flaws of the "Nursing and Midwifery Council" (NMC). The report is critical of NMC's regulatory functions, leadership, and financial failings, and recommends that NMC should give serious consideration to its future and focus on reducing hierarchy, listening to staff, and making decisions by valuing quality and customer service.


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