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Regulation of Nursing associates

11 April 2018

The NMC recently  launched their consultation seeking views on the proposed approach to the regulation of nursing associates in England. 

The consultation will run from Monday 9 April to Monday 2 July. 
This is a hugely exciting step on the road to regulation for this new profession and we want to hear the views of all those with an interest in the role. 
Council will consider the responses received to the consultation and take these into account before approving final standards in September 2018.
Over the coming weeks they will be holding workshops for registered nurses, healthcare professionals, employers, patients and the public. 

There will also be regular twitter chats and webinars with lots of opportunities for people to learn more about what regulation means for the new role and share their views. Please encourage relevant people in your networks to visit this website for further details and to sign up to our events. 
To ensure everyone is able to have their say, we kindly ask that you help promote the consultation by sharing with your communication teams the NMC's nursing associate consultation content pack, which provides suggested text for a range of channels, including website, newsletters and social media.

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