Has the planned ‘reset’ of learning disability nursing been a success?
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Has the planned ‘reset’ of learning disability nursing been a success?

Nick Evans Health journalist

2020 saw a sea change for the profession as it sought to bolster its workforce

The past few years have, to say the least, been a difficult period for the learning disability sector. From the struggle to meet the targets to move people out of hospital set by the Transforming Care agenda to the stories about young people with learning disabilities being kept in segregation and the Panorama exposé that uncovered abuse of vulnerable adults in Whorlton Hall, the sector has found itself in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Learning Disability Practice. 24, 2, 6-7. doi: 10.7748/ldp.24.2.6.s2

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