Monday, November 18, 2013

(UK) Nurse leaders divided over minimum staffing levels

Three of the most senior nurses in the NHS have warned the government against introducing minimum
staffing levels, as the profession becomes increasingly divided over the issue ahead of the government’s response to the Francis report.
In a letter published in the Times the three hospital directors of nursing say they “do not support Whitehall second-guessing what nursing levels should be for each hospital”.

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