Pandemic signals a sea change for nursing students
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Pandemic signals a sea change for nursing students

Sam Abdulla Field leader and lecturer, Learning disabilities at Edinburgh Napier University, Learning Disability Practice editorial advisory board

The option for third-year nursing students to work on the front line during the COVID-19 crisis could prove invaluable

The pressure imposed by COVID-19 on already overstretched and underfunded services has meant that third-year nursing students from all branches are being given the option to work as part of the ‘nursing numbers’ rather than in a supernumerary role.

Learning Disability Practice. 23, 3, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/ldp.23.3.13.s10

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