Season’s Greetings from NMBI President, Essene Cassidy


As 2021 draws to a close, I would like to acknowledge the challenges faced by nurses and midwives. Throughout the year, our registrants have shown resilience and acted in the best interests of patients while upholding the standards and integrity of the professions.

As a Board we adjusted to the public health challenges to ensure our work could continue. While Covid-19 has altered the healthcare environment, we remain focused in our role of providing leadership and ensuring we regulate effectively.

On behalf of the Board, I would like to take the opportunity to express our appreciation for the vital contribution our registered nurses and registered midwives have made. I have no doubt that as we face the challenges that 2022 may bring, our registrants will continue to show their strength and dedication.

We wish all our registrants, stakeholders and members of the public a very happy Christmas and we look forward to working with you in the New Year.

Rate: 12345 (7) | Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Digg Yammer
In this issue
Season’s Greetings from NMBI President, Essene Cassidy
Christmas wishes from NMBI CEO, Sheila McClelland
Have you renewed your NMBI registration for 2022?
Registered Practising Midwives Invited to Join NMBI’s Fitness to Practise Committee
Decisions Following Fitness to Practise Inquiries
Career Opportunities at NMBI as Registration Department expands
HSE National Immunisation Office: Covid-19 Vaccine Bulletin
News Round
Board Profile: Eileen Kelly, NMBI Board member and Chair of the Fitness to Practise Committee (2011)
Update DetailsSend to a friendArchive