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Nurses should already be taking steps to improve their practice and record their development milestones, says Alistair Kleebauer

Nurses should already be taking steps to improve their practice and record their development milestones, says Alistair Kleebauer.

Abstract

Our series concludes by considering the final stage of revalidation – the point at which nurses and midwives re-register or renew their registration – and asks what nurses and midwives should be doing to prepare for the new system before it begins at the end of December 2015.

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First published in print in Nursing Standard: volume 29, issue 9

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