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Nurse Tools is now free, forever.

The Only Free Revalidation Toolkit for Nurses

We are super excited to announce that all UK registered Nurses who register with Nurse Tools will have complete and unlimited access to the toolkit for free, forever.  There are absolutely no strings attached and we promise you that we will not ask you for any money down the line. This applies to all existing members and new future members. There is no cut off date for this and this is how Nurse Tools will be operating from now on.

If you’re new to Nurse Tools , you can sign-up to start using the only free nursing revalidation toolkit. If you are already using Nurse Tools read on to learn how these changes will impact you.

Individual Nurses:

You now have nothing to pay at all. You can continue using Nurse Tools as before but now you do not have to worry about an extra ‘cost’ that you have to pay. We will be contacting you and giving you a full refund for any subscription you may have bought.


We will be contacting you shortly to give you a full refund for any subscriptions that you have taken for your nurses. If you wish to speed things up then contact your account manager or julie at nursetools dot org, who is dealing with refunds for corporate accounts.



Is Nurse Tools completely free?

Yes, there are no strings attached. Nurse Tools is completely free, forever.


Will service and security be affected?

Not at all. To provide you with the best service and security is one of our core objectives and we will never waiver from this.


Please bear with us as we remove all references to paid subscription options from the site. But rest assured we are not going back, and Nurse Tools is now free, forever!


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Results from nurse revalidation pilots released

Nurse revalidation pilot results released

A week ago the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) distributed the beginning discoveries from 19 nurse revalidation pilot locales over the UK. It appears that the reaction has been certain – most of the nurses and midwives who reacted felt that they would have the capacity to accomplish the necessities for nurse revalidation.

The NMC will settle on a choice about nurse revalidation in October 2015 and, if this proceed, the first nurses and midwives to revalidate will be those whose enrollment is up for reestablishment in April 2016.

The General Medical Council (GMC) has effectively acquainted a necessity for specialists with revalidate and hence it is not shocking that the NMC is sticking to this same pattern.

Nurses and midwives are at present needed to recharge their enrollment at regular intervals. The proposed nurse revalidation model will add to this by obliging NMC registrants to confirmation that they have:

  • Finished the obliged least hours of practice and proceeding with expert improvement (CPD) over the 3 year period
  • Acquired at least five bits of criticism over the 3 year period from a scope of sources
  • Recorded no less than five reflections on this input, the Code and/or learning exercises embraced, and had an expert advancement examination with another NMC registrant, covering these reflections
  • Gotten affirmation from a fitting outsider that they have met the necessities for nurse revalidation.

Given the positive reaction, it appears to be likely that the NMC will present nurse revalidation this October. To stay on the ball, nurses and midwives ought to open a NMC online record by means of the NMC’s site, figure out their restoration date and guarantee they are acquainted with the Code.

The NMC states that nurse revalidation will furnish nurses and midwives with “the chance to consider their practice against the benchmarks in the Code and exhibit that they are “living” these models”. The prerequisites ought to help to guarantee that nurses and midwives stay up with the latest and address any lacks in their execution or comprehension before a mix-up is made.

Avoidance is obviously superior to cure, and if nurse revalidation enhances patient care and prompts less NMC referrals on the grounds that issues with a registrant’s execution are spotted and tended to as a component of a consistent nurse revalidation prepare, this must be something to be thankful for.

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Launching now and open to everyone

We are proud to announce the official launch of Nurse Tools.

As a special thank you for all our beta testers and new users your free subscription time has been reset to start from the 1st of June 2015. Every one will get a free subscription year from this data.

In addition we are proud to announce our referral scheme, whereby you can potentially earn a free lifetime subscription to Nurse Tools by referring your colleagues.

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