Political parties set out their agendas for healthcare in the UK
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Political parties set out their agendas for healthcare in the UK

Erin Dean Freelance health journalist

Workforce shortages, NHS pressures and nursing pay were discussed by party members at respective conferences this autumn

Politicians and supporters from the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties headed to their respective conferences during September and October. The need to deal with chronic staff shortages, which has been repeatedly highlighted by unions, was under discussion at all three conferences.

Nursing Management. 24, 7, 12-14. doi: 10.7748/nm.24.7.12.s10

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