Interpreting Professional Self-regulation: A History of the United Kingdom Central Council for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting
By: Celia Davies (author), Abigail Beach (author)Hardback
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Interpreting Professional Self-Regulation analyses the contribution made by the UKCC to the development of the nursing profession in this country over the last 30 years.It details the key issues the council grappled with during this time and provides in-depth analyses of the complexity of these issues. There is a general consensus that the current view of nursing's regulatory body will culminate in a major shake up of the way the nursing profession is governed and in which the UKCC will be radically transformed. This publication of the history of the UKCC will mark the close of a very significant period in nursing's history and the opening of wider debates about ensuring the safety of the public through regulation of health professionals. This is an important text for all those who teach on professional and policy issues in nursing, giving them a factual background that has never been brought together before, enabling them to bring discussion of post-registration education, discipline and other professional matters more firmly into the curriculum.
Part 1. The Importance of Context; 1.All is not well with Nursing': the Briggs Committee and a new statutory framework c. 1969-1979 2.Legislation and its aftermath: making a reality of the Council 1979-1983 3.Three Councils 1983-1998 Part 2. The Agenda Develops 4.The Reform of pre-registration education: hopes, fears and realities 5. Upholding standards of professional conduct 6.Standards of professional practice: PREP and After Part 3. Stakeholders and standards 7.Holding the professions together 8. Widening involvement in the work of regulation 9. Professional self-regulation in question 10.Conclusion
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