It is your obligation as a registered healthcare professional to ensure that your registration remains active.
Revalidation is the method by which you will renew your registration, and is built on Post registration education and practice (Prep). The purpose of revalidation is to improve public protection by making sure that you remain fit to practice throughout your career.
- Reinforces your duty to maintain your fitness to practise within your own scope of practice
- Encourages you to incorporate the Code in your day-to-day practice and personal development
- Encourages engagement in professional networks and discussions and can help to reduce professional isolation
- Enhances employer engagement in NMC regulatory standards and increases access and participation in appraisals and continuing professional development.
The NMC provides guidance for registrants and employers. Please note that as from 31 March 2017 the NMC has updated their revalidation standards and guidance. Employers can also watch videos about how Aneurin Bevan University Health Board supported their registrants as part of the revalidation pilot.
Ensuring the NMC has your most up-to-date contact details