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Nursing and Midwifery

Nursing & Midwifery Career Long ePortfolio

Evidence of your professional development for performance review (eg KSF), career development and NMC revalidation.

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You must be a registered nurse or midwife in SCOTLAND or within the Defence Medical Services.  This includes the NHS, Social Care, Education, Voluntary and Independent Sectors.

NHS Scotland Nurses & Midwives click HERE to Register for an ePortfolio account  

Defence Medical Services Nurses click HERE to Register for an ePortfolio account. You must have completed the Defence Information Management Passport & Data Protection Overview Training

Nurse or Midwife in Scotland but outwith NHS click HERE to Register for an ePortfolio account

 

For All Other enquiries please select most appropriate link below

 

Mentor Section - Request by email eportfolio.nm@nes.scot.nhs.uk from the EXACT same email address as your ePortfolio account

Password not received?  CHECK your Junk Mail and add support@nhseportfolios.org to your safe senders and reset password.  Click HERE on how to do this

   

Access N&M ePortfolio at www.nhseportfolios.org    

 

 

Contact the team : eportfolio.nm@nes.scot.nhs.uk  

 

 

ePortfolio Training, Podcasts and Helpful Guides      

 

Revalidation

Information about revalidation can be found on the NMC website. The draft NMC templates are available in ePortfolio and the confirmed templates will be provided soon.  

NHS Education for Scotland hosts a community of practice to share what is going on in Scotland to support revalidation.  

 

Within the Nursing and Midwifery ePortfolio there are currently three sections:

1) Career-long for any nurse or midwife to record their continuing professional development

2) Student mentor for nurses undertaking a mentor preparation

3) Mentor CPD for any nurse or midwife who mentors pre-registration students