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'It’s vital to fix staffing problems in all settings'

Nurses have often mainly been defined by cliché until this point. Stop someone in the street and ask them to think about a nurse, and they will immediately paint a picture of someone who works in a ward, attending to the sick in hospital, and being the handmaiden to doctors.

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