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NURSES AND MIDWIVES REGISTRATION ACT

[SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION]

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   REGULATIONS

      The Nurses and Midwives Registration Regulations

REGULATIONS

THE NURSES AND MIDWIVES REGISTRATION REGULATIONS

(Section 21)

G.N. No. 196 of 1954

   1. These Regulations may be cited as the Nurses and Midwives Registration Regulations.

   2. (1) The Register of Nurses and Midwives shall consist of eight Parts as follows–

Part I

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Registered Nurses.
Part II

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Registered Midwives.
Part III

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Registered Public Health Nurses.
Part IV

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Registered Fever Nurses.
Part V

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Registered Sick Children's Nurses.
Part VI

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Registered Mental Nurses.
Part VII

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Registered Nurse Tutors.
Part VIII

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Registered Midwifery Tutors.

   (2) Each Part, except Parts VII and VIII, shall consist of two sections to be lettered A and B.

   (3) The particulars to be entered in the Register shall be–

Part and section ...............................................................................................
Registration date of ..........................................................................................
Registration No .................................................................................................
Full names (including maiden name) ...............................................................
Nationality ..........................................................................................................
Fee paid (E.R.V. No.) ........................................................................................
Address .............................................................................................................
Qualifications with dates ...................................................................................
Date of registration of original certificates .......................................................
Nature of employment .......................................................................................
Photograph.........................................................................................................

   3. A registered nurse or midwife may use the title of each Part of a Register in which her name appears.

   4. (1) Nurses and midwives who are registered as such by the appropriate authorities in the United Kingdom or whose qualifications entitle them to such registration under the regulations in force in the United Kingdom shall be registered in section A of the appropriate Part.

   (2) Nurses and midwives who have passed a final examination conducted by the Council shall be registered in section B of the appropriate Part.

   (3) Nurses and midwives whose qualification are other than those described in subregulation (1) or (2) of this regulation may be registered at the discretion of the Council in terms of paragraphs (c) and (d) of subsection (1) and subsection (2) of section 7 of the Nurses and Midwives Registration Act.

   5. Application for admission to the Register of nurses and midwives shall be made on the form set out in the First Schedule of these Regulations.

   6. (1) The certificate or certificates of registration shall be in the form set out in the Second Schedule, and shall bear the seal of the Council and one of the certificates shall bear a photograph of the person registered.

   (2) A certificate shall be issued to each person in respect of each Part of the Register in which he or she is registered; and in the event of the production of satisfactory evidence that a certificate has been lost or destroyed the Council may issue a duplicate certificate which shall be clearly marked as such.

   7. (1) A fee of five shillings shall be paid in respect of each Part of the Register in which a nurse or midwife is registered, subject to a maximum fee of ten shillings; and a fee of two shillings shall be paid in respect of each duplicate certificate issued.

   (2) A fee of ten shillings shall be paid by any person desiring information under subsections (4) and (5) of section 6 of the Act, and such information shall be given in the form set out in the Third Schedule.

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