It’s got everyone tweeting. We discover what people think of the Lord’s rejection of HCA registration
@NursingTimes it all comes down to money, the government don’t want to spend to train and regulate HCA’s despite increased complaints, etc!
— Theresa Hamer (@treehamer) December 20, 2011
@NursingTimesHCAs r taking on more roles that require a certain amount of responsibility. Registration would protect them & their patients.
— K Halldearn (@khalldearn) December 20, 2011
RT @MachShau if HCAs r taking on more responsibility, they should be registered and paid more. could call them registered nurses…oh wait.
— Nursing Times (@NursingTimes) December 20, 2011
@NursingTimes HCAs need to be regulated like everybody else just ridiculous!
— Catherine Ingram (@caingram) December 20, 2011
@NursingTimes in a word … Disappointed! Hca’s want the training and need the training to make sure patient care is 100% at all times!
— Kirstie Hood (@hoodyhoodlum) December 20, 2011
@NursingTimes surely it could only do good? I honestly cannot understand why this isn’t already in place. And as for not enough evidence..?!
— Shannon Deasy (@Shannon_deasy) December 20, 2011