NMC targets nurses, midwives and public in recruitment drive

Nurses, midwives and members of the public are being targeted by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to become committee members.

Photograph: Robin Hammond/Icon Photomedia
Photograph: Robin Hammond/Icon Photomedia

From 5 January two digital billboards at Liverpool Street Station, central London, will carry adverts as part of the recruitment drive.

Information will be handed out at the station on 8 January about the role and the work of the NMC with the opportunity for questions about involvement to be asked.


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