For care homes to improve, our voices must be heard
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For care homes to improve, our voices must be heard

Becca Gatherum Policy and research manager, Scottish Care

The contribution of nurses who work in care homes is often underestimated by the public and the nursing profession

Earlier this year, Scottish Care, a membership organisation and the representative body for independent social care services in Scotland, published a report called Voices from the Nursing Front Line. This tells the story, in nurses’ own words, of what they love about working in care homes and the challenges it involves. In other words, why they choose to enter, stay and leave.

Nursing Older People. 29, 8, 14-14. doi: 10.7748/nop.29.8.14.s15

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