NMBI Education Team Reviewing Graduate-Entry Programme for General Nursing


NMBI has confirmed it is developing plans for new education programmes for graduate-entry to the General Nursing Division of the Register.

“NMBI is aware of the lack of availability of an education programme in Ireland which would facilitate transitioning from one nursing division to the General Nurse Division,” said Director of Education, Policy and Standards Carolyn Donohoe.

“As a result, NMBI has already approved a project plan to develop the education standards and requirements for a graduate-entry general nursing registration programme, which is due to be submitted to the Board for approval by September 2022.”

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