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There is a possibility that this may show up. If it does, the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) state that if they find evidence that a nurse or midwife has failed to declare a conviction or caution then a full investigation will be carried out to determine whether it will affect your registration.
According to the NMC guideline - https://www.nmc.org.uk/ftp-library/understanding-fitness-to-practise/fitness-to-practise-allegations/criminal-convictions-and-cautions/ “If the criminal offending took place in the nurse or midwife’s private life, and there’s no clear risk to patients or members of the public, then it is unlikely that we’ll need to take regulatory action to uphold confidence in nurses and midwives, or professional standards.” FTP – 2c . I hope this helps.
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