Overseas recruitment: meeting the NHS ‘50,000 nurses’ target
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Overseas recruitment: meeting the NHS ‘50,000 nurses’ target

Nick Evans Health journalist

The shortfall of nurses trained in the UK is clear, say experts – and, as pandemic restrictions ease, is driving the NHS to focus on hiring nurses from overseas

Increasing the number of nurses in the NHS is a priority across the UK, and in England the government has a target of 50,000 more by 2025.

Nursing Management. 29, 2, 16-18. doi: 10.7748/nm.29.2.16.s7

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