Accountability by Helen Caulfield

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When you work with another health profes- 28 Vital Notes for Nurses: Accountability sional, he or she will have a professional standard of accountability that may differ from your professional standards. For example, the General Medical Council (GMC) is the body that regulates doctors. It has a set of standards for doctors that create the limits on professional accountability (GMC, 2001). There may be other Codes of Conduct that will have an effect on the overall accountability of nurses. For example, the NHS in England has a Code of Practice for Managers that will cover all nurses who work as managers in the NHS (Department of Health, 2002).

CRHP v. NMC and Truscott (2004) 22 Vital Notes for Nurses: Accountability The Nursing and Midwifery Council The regulatory body for nursing has the power to create a register of those nurses and midwives who meet the minimum standards for registration. It also has the power to decide whether to remove an individual from the register for misconduct, lack of competence or ill health. This relationship between the nursing regulator and the individual nurse is personal. It cannot be delegated to anyone else.

If these standards are not met, the regulator has powers from the Government to take action. Regulation is the mechanism by which the Government can influence activity over: • • people settings The First Pillar of Accountability: Professional Accountability • • 17 products services. People can be regulated in their professional groups by regulators who decide: • • • the requirements for entry to that profession the circumstances for a person to be removed from the profession a Code of Conduct setting out the minimum standards of behaviour expected of those professionals.

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