Registered Practising Midwives Invited to Join NMBI’s Fitness to Practise Committee


NMBI is inviting calls for expressions of interest from registered practising midwives to fill a vacancy on the Fitness to Practise Committee. The successful applicant must be currently engaged in clinical midwifery practice.

We will create a panel of shortlisted applicants from which to fill vacancies on the committee between January 2022 and January 2023.

Details of this vacancy and how to apply are on our website.

Please share this link with anyone who you think may be interested. The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday, 13 December 2021 at 3pm.

The Fitness to Practise Committee considers complaints which are referred to it by the Preliminary Proceedings Committee. Members of the committee sit on ‘panels’ for the purpose of considering complaints at inquiry. An inquiry is similar to a hearing that usually takes place in a court or before a tribunal. Members of the committee of inquiry hear and consider evidence and information presented to them.

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