Revalidation is something that can help you to stay updated with the rules and regulations for Nurses and Midwives in the UK. This is a brand-new rule as per the operating body "Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)" for all the organizations which are working closely with the nurses of UK. The Flame Lily Healthcare offers various such courses to deliver the knowledge to the nurses, to keep them up-to-date with the proceedings of the governments regulations..
450 practice hours, or 900 if renewing as both a nurse and midwife
35 hours of CPD including 20 hours of participatory learning
Five pieces of practice-related feedback
Five written reflective accounts
Health and character declaration
Professional indemnity arrangement
1. How The Flame Lily Healthcare can support you?
We can train you, with all the present training resources that are available with us, delivering the top-notch ideas to get through the process of revalidation.
2. What revalidation means for you?
When it comes to Nursing, revalidation is a key to your career. Something essential that you need to grab before getting into the profession. Revalidation means the renovation of your nursing license, something that can always keep you going.
3. How to meet practice hours?
Practice hours are something that you must dedicate to a profession, let that be Nursing or Midwife. As per the official regulatory body, when you are into Nursing, you need to dedicate a total of 450 hours, whereas if you are a Midwife, you need to dedicate 450 hours as well. If at all you are into both above-mentioned professions, you must compulsorily dedicate a total of 900 hours. This is how you can meet your Practice Hours.
4. How to meet CPD?
Continuing Professional Development. This is something wherein you must compulsorily show a continual dedicated number of working hours to the organization or government, to gain a license to move ahead with your chosen nursing profession. The period should be of fixed 35 hours, in a relevant profession.
5. Explaining feedback and its role in revalidation.
When it comes to a feedback, it's necessary to have a minimum of 3 feedbacks from the organization which helped you in practicing your decided nursing profession. To carry forward this process, there is a guideline / form which is provided by the NMC to all the nurses who are pursuing with revalidation. At the end of their practice, this is something that needs to be done!
6. What your reflective accounts need to cover and how to write them?
It's up to you, solely on whom to decide to fill up your feedback form. As said, a form is provided by the NMC to officially take down the reviews from either your colleagues or your team.
7. How to get your professional indemnity and what it means to you?
To get a professional indemnity, every nurse or a midwife have to get a indemnity cover from their employer. If in case you are self-employed, you should provide a supportive evidence to help out with your indemnity cover.