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Two thirds of nurses would not have studied to join the profession if they had been unable to receive a bursary for their tuition fees and living costs and had to take out a full loan instead, a survey has suggested.
Plans to improve maternity services in England are to be investigated by a group of MPs, following a national review earlier this year.
A £0.4m scheme to train more practice nurses in Yorkshire and the Humber is to be launched by Health Education England.
Following on from a recent survey of Care England’s members, this year’s conference will focus on mental wellbeing and the implementation of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) and how successfully it has been implemented across the sector in frontline care.
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Students nurses are to march through London this weekend in a further attempt to convince the government to drop its plans for removing bursaries.
Revalidation can appear as a daunting prospect to many, particularly as this will be the first time nurses are undergoing the process.