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Exclusive: 'disaster' warning follows 12% drop in nurse training places


Cameron is creating the very conditions into which this disaster is being created. He will then say that it is upto the local commissioners to appoint appropriately. Or put another way, is nothing to do with him. It is simply another step along the road of changing the NHS from a provider to a commissioner of care. However, if demand for nurses goes up (which it will) and supply falls (which it will), conditions are perfect to negotiate a significant pay rise (in real terms). However, when you look atour unions, I wonder if they have the ability to do it, even if the conditions are perfect.

Posted date

18 September, 2012

Posted time

12:42 pm