NHS workforce plan: what does it mean for nursing?
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NHS workforce plan: what does it mean for nursing?

Shruti Sheth Trivedi RCNi senior news reporter

Critics say the long-awaited plan lacks clarity on how extra nurses will be trained and paid for, as well as a strategy for retaining experienced staff. We look at the detail

The long-awaited NHS workforce plan, which has now been published, years after it was promised, has been met with scepticism over how its commitments will be delivered.

Nursing Standard. 38, 8, 8-11. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.8.8.s6

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