The Nursing Council is an effective regulator with strong leadership and a commitment to improve, according to a review by the British Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE).
What does CHRE stand for?
CHRE stands for Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (UK)
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We have 2 other meanings of CHRE in our Acronym Attic
- Color High Resolution Display
- Counseling and Human Resource Development (South Dakota)
- Craven, Harrogate and Rural District Primary Care Trust (UK)
- Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (Cameroon)
- Centre Hospitalier Régional De Lanaudière (Canada)
- Centre for Human Resource Development and Training (Australia)
- Center for Human Rights Education
- Certified Human Resources Executive
- College of Human Resources and Education (Morgantown, WV)
- Construction, Housing and Real Estate
- Conjoint Health Research Ethics Board (Canada)
- Chemical Reduction
- Connecticut Healthcare Research and Education Foundation
- Control by Handle Reactions of Leg Muscle Stimulation (biomechanics)
- Center for High Resolution Electron Microscopy (Arizona State University)
- Congenital Hypertrophy of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium
- Channel Request Signal
- Center for Hospitality and Real Estate Research (Hong Kong)
- Centre for Human Rights Education and Reporting (Nigeria)
- Corrosion and Heat Resistant Steel
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He added: 'I believe it is vital that the NMC seek independent verification of its case for a fees rise, taking into account the lessons learned from the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence strategic review about previous failings in financial management'.
It also extends to include the regulator of the other regulators, the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence.
Bradshaw called on the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence - the body that regulates the regulators of doctors, nurses and other medical professions - to look into "what appear to be very serious long-standing problems".
The Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence has brought in the ban to stop them "abusing their power".
But the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence challenged the penalty in the High Court in London.
As a member of the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence she is involved in making sure all the organisations which judge whether healthcare workers are suitable for the job have consistent standards and treat people fairly.
Louise Forsyth, of Birmingham law firm Alexander Harris who represented the women, plans to raise the "unduly lenient" ruling with the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence.