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UKIP moots return of enrolled nurse and end to graduate training

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sara munday | 25-Feb-2015 11:52 am it is a sad attitude and fact of life in Britain right across all of its institutions and one of the main reasons I was glad to leave. those in other European hospitals don't make this distinction between nursing staff. we all work together interdisciplinary team no matter what level with one common goal of focus of care on each and every patient. it is a collegiate, motivating and learning environment where everybody is free and open to dialogue everybody else and it is only in this way that patients and colleagues and patients can have confidence in high standards of care, safety and adequate support for learners which we all are with something new to learn from one another each and every day.

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25 February, 2015

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12:57 pm

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