Charging fees to nursing students is a non-starter
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Charging fees to nursing students is a non-starter

Graham Scott Editor, Nursing Standard

The extent to which nursing students in England are struggling to get by while pursuing their professional dream has been laid bare thanks to a Nursing Standard investigation. Our survey reveals that more than 6,500 have received hardship grants totalling £5.2 million from universities over the past three years, with some turning to food banks and other sources just to survive.

Nursing Standard. 30, 43, 3-3. doi: 10.7748/ns.30.43.3.s1

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