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Interpreting expert Self-Regulation analyses the contribution made by way of the UKCC to the improvement of the nursing occupation during this kingdom over the past 30 years.It info the major concerns the council grappled with in this time and gives in-depth analyses of the complexity of those issues.
There is a normal consensus that the present view of nursing's regulatory physique will culminate in a huge shake up of ways the nursing occupation is ruled and within which the UKCC should be greatly reworked. This book of the heritage of the UKCC will mark the shut of a really major interval in nursing's historical past and the hole of wider debates approximately making sure the security of the general public via rules of healthiness professionals.
This is a crucial textual content for all those that educate on specialist and coverage concerns in nursing, giving them a authentic heritage that hasn't ever been introduced jointly earlier than, permitting them to deliver dialogue of post-registration schooling, self-discipline and different specialist concerns extra firmly into the curriculum.

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See also Report of the Committee on Nursing, paras 616–29. The fact that the main nursing bodies were strongly in favour of integration and hoped that in the future midwifery would not need a separate committee, perhaps increased the potential for tension. PRO, MH165/168, CN (71) 292, M. Auld, W. Frost, and S. Collins, ‘Further thoughts on midwifery’. PRO: MH165/170, CN (72), minutes of the twentieth meeting of the Briggs Committee, 18 June 1972; see also Report of the Committee on Nursing, paras 626–9.

The CETHV and Society of Chief Nursing Officers (Public Health) held similar concerns, but were less dogmatic in their opposition. See also PRO, MH165/206, brief for Secretary of State’s meeting with health visitors, 10 May 1973, for the health visitors’ reactions and the department’s response. PRO, MH165/206, comments from Royal College of Midwives (Scottish Board). Following the publication of Royal Commission October 1973, and especially after the success of nationalist parties in the general elections of February and October 1974, devolution occupied a significant place on the political agenda.

Sharp to R. B. Hodgetts, 13 January 1975. PRO, MH165/85, response of the GNC for England and Wales to government proposals, 5 December 1974. See Webster, The Health Services, pp. 694–7. PRO, MH165/80, memorandum by the Chief Nursing Officer, P. Friend, 7 July 1975. Webster, The Health Services, pp. 687–9. PRO, MH165/79, notes of meeting with officers of London-based nursing bodies, 19 May 1975. Webster, The Health Services, p. 690. In 1975, Raymond Mayoh had warned that delays in obtaining legislative time for the Briggs proposals could lead to greater fragmentation.

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