Could a tuition fees scheme help students to stay?
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Could a tuition fees scheme help students to stay?

Shruti Sheth Trivedi Senior news reporter

With nursing student attrition remaining high in 2022, we look at the pressures that force future nurses to leave before qualifying and how they could be tackled

The number of students who do not complete their nursing studies remains high, with more than one in three due to complete their degree programmes in 2022 not doing so, figures suggest.

Nursing Standard. 38, 9, 13-15. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.9.13.s8

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