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Respect, dignity and compassion to be 'mandatory' for NHS training posts

New recruits to NHS education courses will be expected to pass a “values-based” test from next year in a bid to embed respect, dignity and compassion in future workforces - in line with government policy following the Francis report into care failings at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust.

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