New indemnity rules could cost nurses £1,200 a year, warns union
The union Unite has rejected government plans to require health professionals to have indemnity insurance in order to practise, arguing that it could cost health visitors and school nurses £1,200 a year.
Get unlimited access
As a subscriber you will benefit from:
- Full online and mobile access to news and opinion stories
- Customised email alerts straight to your inbox (30+ alerts available)
- 4,500 practice articles in our archive
- Over £500 worth of CPD learning units