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Analysed: Is nurse education hamstrung by a vision of a past 'golden age'?

A new study warns a rose-tinted view of a “golden era” of nurse training, which is often depicted by the press, is damaging efforts to tackle problems facing the profession today. Jo Stephenson looks at the evidence.

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