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Regulation of Nursing Associates in England

The consultation outcome for the regulation of nursing associates in England has been released by the Department of Health 

Detail of Ouctome:
The government consulted on amendments made to the Nursing and Midwifery Order 2001 and subordinate legislation in order to give the Nursing and Midwifery Council the correct legal powers to effectively regulate the nursing associate profession.

This consultation response sets out the government analysis of the responses received and addresses specific questions and issues raised by respondents.

There was broad support for the legislative proposals set out in the consultation and as a result the Department of Health and Social Care plans to move forward with the proposals and lay the order in Parliament for debate.

View the full outcome document

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Related event:

Developing the role of the Nursing Associate
Monday 24 September 
De Vere West One Conference Centre, London

2 May 2018


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