10th Dec 2019
Confidence in Care: Annual Newsletter
Now available to download
5th Dec 2019
Annual Social Care Reception: Celebrating Social Care
Once again we were delighted to have the opportunity to host members and supporters of National Care Association at the House of Commons for Afternoon Tea.
4th Dec 2019
2019 Manifesto for Care
After so many years of neglect the next government has the opportunity to create a strong stable social care market economy which will address the growing needs of the frail and vulnerable individuals we care for.
3rd Dec 2019
2019 Member of the Year
24th Oct 2019
State of Care 2019
National Care association welcomes the State of the Sector report from the Care Quality Commission.
1st October 2019
Always caring, always nursing: 100 years of professional pride
This year marks 100 years since the Nurses Registration Act 1919, which for the first time brought nurses together under one profession. The NMC is marking this historic occasion by celebrating the expertise, experience and knowledge nurses have that make them the most trusted profession in the UK.
Over the 100 days leading up to 23 December – exactly 100 years since the Act was signed into law – the NMC wants as many nurses as possible to get involved in the celebrations. Here’s how you and your nurses can take part:
- Share your nursing story The NMC’s nursing register has thousands of people from all around the world, working in a huge range of settings who all have their own story to tell. From now until 23 December they are looking for interesting and inspirational stories to be shared on their website, blogs, social media and videos. Share your story.
- Get creative to celebrate your profession The NMC has teamed up with the Nursing Times to launch a design competition for nurses. The challenge is to design a commemorative pin badge that celebrates 100 years of professional pride. The winning design will be turned into a limited edition badge for long-serving nurses on the NMC register. Find out how to enter.
To find out more about the celebrations or read nursing stories, visit the NMC’s website.