Worrying conditions are putting GPNs under undue pressure
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Worrying conditions are putting GPNs under undue pressure

Massey Marie-Therese Queen’s Nurse, chair, RCN general practice nursing forum, Sheffield Hallam University

Yet again I am raising the topic of the terms and conditions that some general practice nurses (GPNs) are experiencing, as I have been made aware of many worrying occurrences. Poor employment practices are unacceptable and should be challenged at every level.

Primary Health Care. 28, 6, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.6.5.s1

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