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Our Victorian approach to HCAs puts patients at risk

One of the main characteristics of science - including medicine and nursing - is continuous questioning, development and progress. We do not treat diseases in the same way as we did 100 years ago - so why are we reinventing nurse training in the early 1900s model?

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