Annual Retention Fee (ARF) 2020

ARF notification letters began to issue this week.  


Please note the ARF deadline is 31 December 2019.


We strongly encourage all nurses and midwives to set up an online account through My Account.


Most nurses and midwives now use My Account to pay the ARF.

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NMBI's new Strategy Consultation Report

NMBI has published its new 2020-2022 Strategy Consultation Report.


The public consultation survey was open to all registrants, staff organisations, employers, managers, patient advocate groups and other key stakeholders.


Some of the key areas highlighted by respondents included:

  • Changes in models and settings of healthcare;
  • Professional competence and professional development;
  • Challenges in work settings; and
  • Timely handling of registration applications and fitness to practise matters.
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NMBI Annual Student Midwife Debate: Registration open

Registration has opened and the programme has been announced for the NMBI Annual Student Midwife Debate.


This year NUI Galway has kindly agreed to host the event.

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NMBI Public Consultation

NMBI is seeking feedback on the Draft 2019 NMBI Standards and Requirements for Education Programmes for Nurses and Midwives with Prescriptive Authority.


The new standards and requirements were developed in accordance with the provisions of the Nurses and Midwives (Education and Training) Rules, 2018, removal of the Collaborative Practice Agreement (CPA) as a requirement for nurses and midwives registration and authority to prescribe and the publication of the Six Domains of Competence for Nurses and Practice Standards for Midwives.

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NMBI welcomed the INRC to Dublin for the 2019 International AGM

NMBI was delighted to host the AGM of the International Nurse Regulator Collaborative (INRC) in NMBI, Blackrock.


The INRC was welcomed by the NMBI Board, NMBI President, Ms Essene Cassidy and the NMBI CEO, Ms Sheila McClelland.
The INRC, of which NMBI is a proud member, is a collaboration between nursing regulatory organisations throughout the world.

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Focus on Fitness to Practise - Article Five is published

The Focus on FTP series is an 8-part online series of articles from NMBI. These articles will focus on issues in relation to complaints made about registrants.


The primary aim of the series is to inform and guide registrants so that they have increased awareness of fitness to practise issues, and this can inform their practice and behaviour.


This case study is based on actual fitness to practise inquiries and illustrates the actions and omissions in medication management that may lead to a nurse being found guilty of professional misconduct. It also lists the examples of conditions that may be imposed by the Board in relation to the medication management deficits identified.

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