Breaking through a bright spot in the nurse apprentice scheme
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Breaking through a bright spot in the nurse apprentice scheme

Erin Dean Freelance health journalist

An initiative in Cambridgeshire is achieving success, with 22 healthcare support workers becoming qualified nurses

The government had hoped to see 1,000 apprentices a year working and training to become registered nurses, but the planned revolution has had a faltering start. However, one initiative, similar to the national scheme, is achieving success.

Nursing Standard. 32, 21, 26-28. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.21.26.s19

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