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Chat direct with the Editor of Nursing Times

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Join Jenni Middleton, Nursing Times Editor, on the nursing times hompeage at 1pm chatting about her editor’s column

This week Jenni will be chatting about: ‘Cutting posts causes danger as well as distress’

“With the Royal College of Nursing predicting 15,000 nursing posts disappearing over the next 12 months, it looks as though many nurses could find themselves as depressed and weepy as the newly qualified nurse at the prospect of a career involving years of training and hard work just waving goodbye to them.”

 

How do I join in?

  • Go to your PC and visit nursingtimes.net at 1pm
  • Follow the chat on twitter with #NTwebchat
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Readers' comments (1)

  • cutting more posts means there is little hope for myself and anyone in a similar situation to 'get back into nursing'. The home I worked in closed and after completing a short term contract 'to keep my hand in' I have found it impossible to find a job....there just is nothing advertised these days. My working hours to maintain my PREP requirements are non existent....and trying to re-register proved unsuccessful, as there is not a box to tick to say that you are in limbo and as a result, after several attempts my registration was cancelled in February....now what do I do??? If a job arises, then I now can't apply!
    It is a very distressing and sad time, I have been a trained nurse for over 25 years.

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