All to play for: the need for resilience in nursing leaders
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All to play for: the need for resilience in nursing leaders

Christine McKenzie Professional lead, RCN Executive Nurse Network
Paul Jebb Deputy director of nursing, Southport and Ormskirk NHS Trust

Senior nurses at an RCN event to explore how to influence the challenging world of health and social care

The current emphasis on exploring new ways of working across organisational and system boundaries makes the voice of nurse leaders essential. Nurses are vital to the successful development of new roles, the expansion of services and the retention and recruitment of the nursing workforce to meet the increased demands and expectations of those in our care.

Nursing Management. 26, 4, 19-19. doi: 10.7748/nm.26.4.19.s10

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