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Recruiting and training senior nurses using a rotational model.

New and innovative ways of recruiting and retaining staff are needed in the present employment climate in order to meet the changing needs of clients and service provision (Newman et al, 2002). Planning and developing a vision for health and social care requires a strategy that supports individual development as well as the rapid development of the skills, knowledge and experience required to function in today’s demanding clinical environment (Forbes et al, 2001).

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