Nurse & Midwife Revalidation
What is revalidation?
Revalidation is a process that all nurses and midwives working in the UK will need to engage with to demonstrate that they practice safely and effectively and is aimed at helping nurses and midwives develop as professionals. All nurses and midwives are required to revalidate every three years in order to renew their registration.
The links and resources below are designed to help staff understand and follow the process easily. All nurses and midwives will need to submit their revalidation application electronically through an online account. Set up a NMC Online account.
How can the library service help you?
We can help you find the best evidence available to ensure you are delivering the best practice and show you how to keep up to date with the evidence, information and research.
We offer training sessions on literature searching and finding the latest evidence and how to set up alerts from relevant nursing journals. for further information please contact the Library.
How to Apply
The video below was created by Nursing & Midwifery Council to guide you through the Revalidation application process.
There is further support and guidance available to help with your Revalidation process.
Please find useful documents & websites links below:
Reflective Writing Training
If you need help writing reflectively we deliver an introductory training session that explains what reflective writing is, why it is carried out and the importance of it.
Visit our training page for more details.