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Movers and shakers in nursing?

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Wales Nurse | 8-Dec-2011 2:50 pm As a Scottish Nurse, I have made the same point on a couple of occasions, but it pretty much falls on deaf ears. Because of devolution, there are some significant differences in the way the NHS operates around the UK. That said, I am happy to support my nursing colleagues throughout the UK wherever they are, particularly in these tough times for our profession. Lauren G | 9-Dec-2011 12:00 pm Lauren, I agree. It scares the hell out of me too that Carter is deemed to be the most influential nurse. And given the fact that nursing is the largest single profession in the NHS, I think it's a poor show that the highest position we could achieve was number 19 when talking about influencing health policy.

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9 December, 2011

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5:37 pm

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