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  1. New Graduate with no experience
    I think you'll find that if you don't meet the criteria your application will be declined. But as silver dragon says, contact the NMC and ask.
    Apr 9
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  2. New Graduate with no experience
    You'll need to get the required time before the NMC will consider your registration. You have to have NMC registration to practice nursing in the UK
    Apr 8
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  3. nmc pin in uk for newly registered nurses
    We wait about 6 weeks from the time our newly qualified finish university and get their PIN
    Mar 31
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  4. Apply for the role of Pain nurse specialist
    Take a look at the royal college of anaesthetists guidance for management of acute pain. The NICE guidelines for pain management in palliative care, chronic pain and acute pain.
    Mar 29
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  5. ONP uk matters
    The best option is for you to contact the NMC and ask if your experience is sufficient, if you haven't worked clinically since registration then I doubt they will accept you university work as...
    Mar 7
    Forum: International Nursing
  6. band 6 interview, change management presentation!?
    What in particular do you need help with. Take a look at the interview thread there is loads of information in there covering general advice. Do you have any specific questions
    Mar 5
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  7. Band 6 Interview
    I take it you know what the 6c's are, how do you feel they are delivered at the moment are there any particlar problems, that may be a good place to start
    Mar 5
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  8. Interview Preparation for Qualified Nurses
    Wow ayla I can't believe your applying for a band 6, I remember your posts as a newly qualified nurse. Absolutely visit the area and ask lots of questions see what the manager wants from her band...
    Feb 25
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  9. nursing media issues
    It may be helpful for you to give us some insight into what you already understand, what job have you applied for The Francis report is huge, and had massive implications for UK health care so I...
    Feb 19
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  10. Interview Preparation for Qualified Nurses
    Have a look back through this thread there is quite a bit of advice that will help you prepare. Think about what the role is, how are you going to support your ward manager, do you have an...
    Feb 5
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  11. Interview Preparation for Qualified Nurses
    Hi eliana It would be useful to know what you feel the main challenges would be, it'll need to be specific to your unit and you personally. are there areas of concern, or care that could be...
    Feb 2
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  12. friendship with patient after discharge?
    There are lots of alarm bells ringing for me here. She may have been an elective surgical patient but she is still vulnerable as your patient and you were required to maintain a professional...
    Feb 2
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  13. This is nursing - RCN
    I quite like what the RCN has done in this, gives a positive view of the profession http://thisisnursing.rcn.org.uk/
    Jan 21
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  14. Traveler nurse in England
    You need to be registered with the NMC before you can work as a nurse in the UK, Www.nmc.org.uk This process can take some time and you'll need to meet the educational and practice...
    Jan 21
    Forum: International Nursing
  15. Doctors account of an Er in the UK
    Yes we have emergency nurse practitioners in the UK
    Jan 17
    Forum: Nursing News
  16. Cv templates/sites/examples
    Your quite right, you won't even get short listed without registration as you don't meet the minimum criteria.
    Jan 16
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  17. Cv templates/sites/examples
    Could I ask if your resident in the UK, if not you need to go through the registration process with the NMC nhs jobs website is a useful resource for jobs Www.jobs.nhs.uk
    Jan 15
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom
  18. Doctors account of an Er in the UK
    What is UC
    Jan 11
    Forum: Nursing News
  19. 8 month old baby dies because iv line could not be accessed
    Random blood sugar, Just a little note the UK uses mmols, have wards and measures temperature in celsius we also spell diarrhoea, well like that Maybe a UK nurse
    Jan 5
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  20. Onp in nursing home
    Amndda I am struggling a little to understand what you are saying, There are many things about your post that give me concern, your standard of written English isn't great, is this because your...
    Jan 5
    Forum: United Kingdom Nursing Programs
  21. Are my pts "brain dead"?
    smart nurse you are correct, the UK ( not just England, but the other nations within the UK) do not require an EEG to diagnose brain death. UK criteria ...
    Jan 3
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  22. Girl dies after pharmacist refuses to give EpiPen without prescription
    I think your right, i understand that Most mobile phones are programmed to recognise international emergency numbers so it would transfer to 999, the same as 112 diverts to 999 in the UK and Northern...
    Jan 1
    Forum: Nursing News
  23. Are my pts "brain dead"?
    These are useful articles around PVS and MCS http://www.thehastingscenter.org/Publications/BriefingBook/Detail.aspx?id=2166 ...
    Dec 29, '13
    Forum: Nurse Colleague / Patient Relations
  24. Girl dies after pharmacist refuses to give EpiPen without prescription
    Yes they do have pharmacy technicians My understanding is that in the Republic of Ireland epinephrine can be dispensed without prescription in an emergency situation
    Dec 27, '13
    Forum: Nursing News
  25. turned down for four band 6 posts what am I doing wrong?
    Have you been for interview feedback to see where you can improve, and did you talk to senior staff prior to interview to see what they were looking for? If you feel that your hours are...
    Dec 4, '13
    Forum: Nursing in the United Kingdom


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