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Don’t let NMC’s blueprint for community care pass by without specialist nursing input

QNI sees flaws in regulator’s plan and urges nurses to respond to its consultation

Queen’s Nursing Institute chief executive Crystal Oldman sees flaws in the regulator’s plan and urges nurses to respond to the NMC consultation

First published by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) 20 years ago, the current standards for specialist practitioner qualifications (SPQs) are long overdue for a thorough revision.

The NMC’s current review of the standards of proficiency for community nursing


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