Nurse & Midwifery Revalidation

      

 The NMC Code states that nurses and midwives must:

                          - undertake 35 hours of CPD
                          - write at least 5 reflective pieces on the code, professional practice or CPD
                          - ensure that any information or advice given is evidence-based


How can the library help?

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   Group or 1-to-1 training sessions to help
      you find evidence-based information
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       Ask us to search the literature on a
                   specific topic for you
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      quality evidence in your subject area
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Referencing Training: Group or 1-to-1 sessions to help you understand how to reference and use the online RefMe referencing tool    

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Resources

We can provide access to a number of books/journal articles helping you to write reflectively:

Books:

  Bulman, C. and Schutz, S. (2013). Reflective practice in nursing. 5th ed. Chichester: Wiley-BlackwellHowatson-Jones, L. (2013). Reflective practice in nursing. 2nd ed. London: Learning Matters.Johns, C. and Burnie, S. (2013). Becoming a reflective practitioner. 4th ed. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.Bassot, B. (2016). The reflective practice guide: an interdisciplinary approach to critical reflection. Abington: Routledge.

Articles:

Collins, G. et al (2015)  'Using Reflection on Reading for RevalidationNursing Times 111 (23/24) 14-16 [available in print at TOR library]

Full reading list for nurse revalidation


Facilities:

PCs and laptops - use our PCs and laptops to submit your revalidation evidence

Quiet study area - write your reflective piece in the library away from distractions

Group study area - discuss your ideas with fellow nurses