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What is Revalidation?
Revalidation is the new process that all Nurses and Midwives in the UK will need to follow to maintain their registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Taking effect from April 2016, revalidation is straightforward and will help you as a Nurse or Midwife demonstrate that you practise safely and effectively.
When do I need to Revalidate?
Every three years you renew your registration with the NMC. Previously this was done through meeting the Prep requirements and submitting a notification of practice form.
From April 2016 there is a new process for renewing your registration which replaces Prep. It is called revalidation.
Whilst the streets and towns seem quiet, the hospitals are amid chaos. It’s uncommon, in fact it’s unheard of, to retire from the profession you’re in only to be asked by the government to return many years later. With the current pandemic causing much more of a strain on the NHS
Since December 2019, we’ve seen chaos among the headlines with nonstop updates about the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) which has been spreading at a rapid rate. As I write this now, the numbers are continuing to increase with the toll having risen to 8 so far, including the closure of a GP