Becoming a Nurse in the 21st Century (Wiley Series in by Ian Peate

By Ian Peate

This can be an obtainable advisor aimed toward scholar nurses, introducing them, and guiding them in the course of the Nursing and Midwifery Council's authorized programmes of schooling for Registered Nurse prestige. each programme of analysis that prepares a scholar to turn into a trained registered nurse has to be licensed by means of the NMC and cling to its criteria and guidelines.The e-book is damaged in to 4 sections in keeping with the 4 proficiencies acknowledged via the NMC: specialist and moral perform; Care supply; Care administration and private improvement. It provides those proficiencies in a simple to appreciate and enforce manner, making it simply obtainable for either scholars, and registered nurses who will locate it an invaluable reference for his or her paintings and improvement.

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5 Those who are legally competent may give consent in writing, orally or by co-operation. They may also refuse consent. You must ensure that all your discussions and associated decisions relating to obtaining consent are documented in the patient’s or client’s health-care records. 6 When patients or clients are no longer legally competent and have lost the capacity to consent to or refuse treatment and care, you should try to find out whether they have previously indicated preferences in an advance statement.

The UKCC and the four boards were abolished; quality assurance elements were incorporated into the work of the NMC. The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) was set up by Parliament to ensure that nurses and midwives provide high standards of care to their patients. The Nursing and Midwifery Order 2001 (SI 2002/253) established the Council and it came into being on 1 April 2002. Protection of the public is the key concern of the NMC. Its duties to society are to serve and protect, and this is done by: • Maintaining a register listing all nurses and midwives.

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