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A career close to practice and steeped in research is a rare thing for nurses, but it’s what is on offer at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
If you want a say in how your organisation is run, better opportunities and a chance to improve your clinical skills, consider a career at Nottingham University Hospitals where the decisions are shared.
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Helen Rooke, a qualified nurse for 18 years, shares how her nursing career has progressed since she joined the private sector
Katie Mansfield-Loynes, Barchester Healthcare’s head of clinical learning and development, feels it’s time for a revolution in the care of older people
The Responsive Workforce Model at Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust (DCHS), backed by Allocate Software HealthRoster and SafeCare, has reduced agency spend, ensured quality and freed up nurses for hands-on care