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Nurses at risk from job cuts 'bloodbath'

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I agree with the above comment! There are far far to many managers within the NHS. Nurses can, and are trained to manage staff and departments, but a manager would not be able to administer patient care on any level. While in my previous job, the trust spent a cool million I believe, employing an external management team to examine the work load of the district nursing and health visiting teams. The results of which were pretty much ignored, probably as it confirmed that the teams were grossly understaffed!

Posted date

24 June, 2009

Posted time

3:51 pm

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