The fitness to practise process demystified: what every nurse and manager need to know
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The fitness to practise process demystified: what every nurse and manager need to know

Erin Dean Health writer

Referral to the regulator is distressing, but understanding what to expect can prepare you

Every year, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) receives more than 5,000 complaints about nurses, midwives and nursing associates. Each case should be considered via the regulator’s fitness to practise (FtP) process to decide if the registrant should be allowed to continue to work in the same way as they have been.

Nursing Management. 27, 5, 9-11. doi: 10.7748/nm.27.5.9.s3

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