THE NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL OF THE UNITED KINGDOM
PART ONE COMPUTER BASED EXAMINATION PREPARATION RESOURCES
CODE OF PRACTICE FOR NURSES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
This module examines the framework upon which the Nursing and Midwifery Council of the United Kingdom operates to ensure quality Healthcare to the public. The NMC code specifically defines professional standards of practice and behavior for nurses, midwifes and nursing associates. The code outlines principles and guidelines that will ensure deliver of quality healthcare defined as being safe; enriched with positive user experience; available on demand; providing good value for the money spent; promoting good health continuum with aspect of preventive, promotive and rehabilitative care that boosts independent living; and services that can be expressed as able to provide desired outcome among the service users. Despite the the fact that different settings of practice where the values and principles set out in the
Code can be applied, it is categorical that these values and principles as outlined in the Code are not negotiable or discretionary. This is why it is very imperative that every nurse wishing to practice in the UK must understand and adhere to the NMC code. It is highly recommended that the learner also dedicates time to study other CBT curriculum modules in order to build up a system interactive knowledge base for successful implementation at the clinical settings. Comprehensive practice examinations are also available. It is highly recommended that learners enroll and practice with as many examinations as possible to help them be familiar with the expectations of the part one CBT pre-registration examination.