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  • 29 November 2018
  • 1 min read

What sectors require registration and registering bodies

  • Matt Farrah
    Co-Founder, Niche Jobs

There are many sectors within healthcare in Ireland that require you to have an active registration with appropriate regulatory bodies. Here's all you need to know.

Registering with regulatory bodies in Ireland doesn't need to be hard; find our list below.

There are several health and care professions in Ireland that require candidates to have an active registration with an appropriate regulatory body, so I thought it would be useful to quickly list some of those bodies and the professions they regulate.

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ireland (NMBI)

The NMBI deals with nurses and midwives.

All candidates must have an active registration and PIN number in order to practice legally in Ireland.

The Medical Council of Ireland (IMC)

The IMC is responsible for the registration of all doctors working in Ireland.

The Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (PSI)

The PSI the Ireland’s Pharmacy regulator and deals with Pharmacist and Pharmaceutical Assistant registration and regulation. 

CORU

CORU is Ireland’s multi-health regulator and its remit extends to 15 health and social care professions.

About the author

  • Matt Farrah
    Co-Founder, Niche Jobs

I'm fascinated by the career choices we all make. It speaks about who we are. People choose to become a nurse or work in medicine or care for one of two reasons. One: simply, they always wanted to be a nurse or social worker or doctor. Two: even more simply, they want a job which helps people. In our blogs I want to explore these career choices: the ones that put other people first.

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About the author

  • Matt Farrah
    Co-Founder, Niche Jobs

I'm fascinated by the career choices we all make. It speaks about who we are. People choose to become a nurse or work in medicine or care for one of two reasons. One: simply, they always wanted to be a nurse or social worker or doctor. Two: even more simply, they want a job which helps people. In our blogs I want to explore these career choices: the ones that put other people first.