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Welcome to eNWI

This site is for every nurse in Wales - no matter where you work. Visit these news pages and explore the future with us.

eNWI was an initiative which was launched at the Informing Healthcare, Informing Nursing conference at RCN Cardiff on November 16th 2004.
Possible future opportunities for these pages are currently being investigated - keep visiting this site to see what we can organise for nurses in Wales


Latest News July-October 2018: Archived News 2004 - 2018

Regulatory Update

NMC: Joint statement on emerging concerns protocol ; Standards of Proficiency for Nursing Associates ; NMC to review handling of Morecambe Bay chronology document ; NMC launches new approach to resolving complaints about nurses and midwives ; NMC Newsletters

HCPC Update: HCPC welcomes the regulation of Physician Associates and Physician Assistants in anaesthesia ; HCPC launches consultation on revised Standards for prescribing ; Regulating education and training: review of our processes and principles ; Emerging Concerns Protocol ; Latest InFocus

Digital Health and Care Conference Wales 2018

Collaborative working group aims for Cerebral Palsy innovation

Community Nurses access Welsh Clinical Portal 'on the go'

New apprenticeship schemes in health informatics launched

New child health system goes live

National Point of Care Test system introduced

Certain patients in Wales have been given access to their own health records, allowing them to collaborate more closely with clinicians on care needs.

New integrated child health system goes live in Wales

National project to Stop a Stroke supported by Audit+ technology

New resources now available via e-Library

Analysing, examining, verifying: Q&A with Rob Murray, our Software Testing Manager

Providing the Infrastructure for a National Academy

Collaborative working group aims for Cerebral Palsy innovation