What is the role of a nursing associate in mental health?
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What is the role of a nursing associate in mental health?

Neil Brimblecombe @NeilBrimblecom1 Consultant editor, Mental Health Practice

It is now five years since the nursing associate (NA) role was first proposed in England. The plan was for NAs to be trained with generic healthcare skills through a two-year course and the role created to bridge the gap between care assistants and registered nurses.

Mental Health Practice. 24, 5, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/mhp.24.5.5.s1

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