Diploma in Nursing Assignment

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Running head: DIPLOMA OF NURSINGDiploma in nursingName of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor note
1DIPLOMA OF NURSINGTable of ContentsIntroduction........................................................................................................................2Part A.................................................................................................................................21.Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA)..............................................2Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF)..................................................22.Registration standard: Continuous Professional Development (CPD)................3Registration standard: Criminal History.........................................................................3Registration standard: English Language......................................................................3Registration standard: Professional Indemnity..............................................................4Registration standard: Recency of Practice...................................................................4Enrolled Nurse Standards for Practice..........................................................................4Part B:................................................................................................................................5Immediate Actions..........................................................................................................5Identified Learning Needs..............................................................................................5Future Plans...................................................................................................................6Conclusion......................................................................................................................6References.....................................................................................................................7
2DIPLOMA OF NURSINGIntroductionNursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA) and Legislated RegistrationStandards undertakes the regulation and functioning of nursing practice and midwiferyin each state in Australia and identify their key roles in protecting the public. Qualifiednurses and midwives who apply for registration in NMBA are assessed against theseregistration standards for the fulfilment of requirements for practicing nursing andmidwifery in Australia. The Legislation Registration Standards are approved by NMBAfor seeking of initial registration like English communication skills, recency of practice,Professional Indemnity and criminal history. Therefore, the following report involves theexploration of these registered and regulatory standards and its application in the futurenursing practice as an Enrolled Nurse (Nursingmidwiferyboard, Australia, 2017).Part A1.Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA)NMBA functions as outlined by Health Practitioner Regulation National Lawcarries out function in each territory and state regulating the nursing practicemidwifery In Australia with a major objective of protecting public. The function ofNMBA include registration of nursing and midwifery practitioners and nursingstudents, development of nursing guidelines, standards, codes for the nursingand midwifery practice and profession. They also handle complaints,notifications, disciplinary hearings and investigations in the nursing practice. Theassessment of overseas-trained practitioners is also done by NMBA who wish topractice nursing in Australia. The Accreditation standards are approved andaccreditation of nursing course of study is also done by NMBA supporting thework of the National Board in national scheme in Australia(Nursingmidwiferyboard, Australia, 2017).Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (ANMF)In Australia, ANMF is the largest union having around 249,000 members. It is runby nurses, assistants and midwives in the profession of nursing for theadvancement of political, industrial and professional status. It has active andstrong branches in each territory and state throughout Australia. The role of thisfederation is to provide high quality, accessible and affordable healthcareservices to every Australian in every healthcare setting whether remote or rural,big or small hospitals. Protection of public and patient safety and care are thepriorities of ANMF. The body stands for high quality care and universalhealthcare to patients and make the nurses, assistants and midwives understandtheir roles in nursing practice. ANMF is fighting for the rights of Australiansensuring that Medicare remains free and health bureaucrats and politiciansunderstand the funding for healthcare as a priority. ANMF prioritize to providehighest level of healthcare services and mainly focus on preventative care to
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