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Consultant Nurse & Consultant Midwife Roles

Consultant Nurse & Consultant Midwife Roles


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Northern Ireland’s Department of Health (DoH) introduced Consultant Nurse and Midwife roles in 2000, to act as the pinnacle of a clinical career pathway for the most experienced and expert practitioners, working at an advanced level of practice. These roles enable nurses and midwives to combine their role as clinician with the ability to have strategic influence and provide strong professional clinical leadership across the Health and Social Care System. Find out more about the competencies and education requirements for consultant roles in nursing and midwifery

View the following video clips to learn more about the role of Consultant Nurses and Consultant Midwives in Northern Ireland.

Consultant Nurse Child & Adolescent Mental Health

Consultant Nurse District Nursing

Consultant Nurse Learning Disabilities

Consultant Nurse Mental Health

Consultant Midwife

Consultant Nurse Public Health

Executive Director of Nursing promoting Consultant roles


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