ICU nursing shortage can no longer be ignored
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ICU nursing shortage can no longer be ignored

Nicki Credland Senior lecturer and head, Department for paramedical, perioperative and advanced practice at the University of Hull, British Association of Critical Care Nurses

COVID-19’s second wave is challenging traumatised staff, even though our knowledge bank is greater this time around

So here we are. COVID-19 is still with us, the country still has lockdown measures in place to varying degrees and the NHS is facing both continuing and new challenges.

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