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Report of the Monitoring Group Implementation of the Recommendations of the Report of the Review of Undergraduate Nursing and Midwifery Degree Programmes (2012) Department of Health, February 2016

 

Monitoring Group Report Feb 2016

A Monitoring Group was set up by the Department of Health in May 2013 to monitor and support the implementation of the recommendations of the Review of the Undergraduate Nursing and Midwifery Degree programmes (DoH 2012).

Report of the Review of Undergraduate Nursing and Midwifery Degree Programmes

The report of the Monitoring Group (DOH 2015) outlines the progress made implementing the recommendations of the Review. In summary this report outlines the changes that have been agreed to the entry and exit criteria for persons wishing to pursue a career in nursing and /or midwifery education. The governance arrangements and the processes to ensure appropriate support to achieve the clinical learning outcomes are also outlined. The nursing and midwifery education programmes Standards and Requirements (NMBI 2015) have been reconfigured within a four-year competency framework. The revisions are designed to reflect demographic and health system changes. Overall the programmes are underpinned by the values of person-centred care and compassion.

Report of the Monitoring Group Implementation of the Recommendations of the Report of the Review of Undergraduate Nursing and Midwifery Degree Programmes 2012 (DOH 2015)