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The president of the NMC, Jon-athan Asbridge, will meet with other healthcare regulators after concerns that non-medical prescribers are not required to have a separate qualification to prescribe for children.
Council members told the regulatory body's last meeting that it is 'risky' to allow primary care nurses without specialist qualifications to prescribe for children.
Eiri Jones, an alternate nurses member for Wales, warned: 'You could be an expert in primary care but still not understand the health needs of children. I have major concerns about this move.'
Lay member Moi Ali, a PR consultant from Scotland, also suggested those prescribing for …