A resilient workforce is not one that copes at all costs
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A resilient workforce is not one that copes at all costs

Ian Hulatt @IanHulattRCN Consultant editor, Mental Health Practice

Signs that the nursing workforce is in trouble have been apparent – and ignored – for years. The current focus on resilience should not distract from perennial problems such as a lack of workforce planning

Everyone can remember their first car. It probably needed coaxing along regularly and at times it seemed an act of faith to even set out on a long journey.

Nursing Standard. 32, 24, 31-31. doi: 10.7748/ns.32.24.31.s23

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