NMBI has launched a new data report, the State of the Register 2022, providing a breakdown of the number of nurses and midwives registered in Ireland.
The new publication was officially launched at our office in Blackrock, County Dublin on 10 October 2022.
In November, we will co-host a ‘Midwifery Going Forward’ event with Munster Technological University (MTU), University College Cork (UCC), University Hospital Kerry and Ireland South Women and Infants Directorate.
NMBI’s Annual Student Midwife Debate will take place at 2pm on Friday, 4 November 2022. This year’s debate is being hosted by the School of Nursing and Midwifery in University College Cork (UCC).
Our CEO, Sheila McClelland, presented on the regulatory challenges faced by the NMBI and the wider healthcare sector at the recent Medical Council’s Staff and Council Member Conference.
NMBI recently approved the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) aptitude test for overseas nurses wishing to be considered for registration as a Psychiatric (Mental Health) Nurse.
We have commissioned research that aims to future proof undergraduate education programmes to evolve with emerging healthcare delivery models in the context of Sláintecare.
This month’s news round features stories including:
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