1. ______________ law would be used to prosecute a nurse who has been negligent.
2. ____________ law is used where someone has broken one or more laws of the country
3. The NMC defines Fitness to Practise as ‘a person’s suitability to be on the register without ____________’
4. Nurses must be able to account for their actions, __________ and decisions.
5. There is a memorandum of agreement between the police and the NMC, which allows the police to inform the NMC if a nurse has been convicted of a ___________ offence.
6. The _________ Test is used by Courts of Law in cases where negligence is alleged for the standard of care given.
7. Responsibility refers to the acceptance of and carrying out a task within your sphere of _________.
8. A nurse should assess your level of competence, knowledge and _________ before delegating a task or activity to you.
9. Aggressive, violent or threatening behaviour includes both physical and ________ intimidation and assault.
10. Both criminal convictions and ________ can give concern for a student’s fitness to practise.
11. A caution order by the NMC can last for between one to ___ years.
12. A condition of practice order by the NMC can last for up to _____ years.
13. A suspension order can be applied by the NMC for up to ____ year in the first instance.
14. If a nurse is struck off the NMC register they cannot ask to be readmitted for _____ years.
15. At the end of your programme the university has to confirm to the NMC that you are of good _________ and good _________.
Answer: health/ character