How COVID-19 is reshaping social care nursing
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How COVID-19 is reshaping social care nursing

Joanne Bosanquet Chief executive, Foundation of Nursing Studies
Richard Adams Chief executive, Sears Healthcare

A blurring of organisational boundaries is among the changes wrought by the coronavirus pandemic

Every generation of nurses has its moment when the nursing profession comes to the fore. For some this moment is defined by conflict, for others by epidemics. But few of these moments touch the entire profession, as COVID-19 has.

Nursing Management. 27, 3, 16-16. doi: 10.7748/nm.27.3.16.s11

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