So does this mean that we are going to return to nurse training. and when these student nurses are doing the caring training,Will they be paid a decent living wage. and will this also mean that the training will take four years instead of three. questions questions all need answers.
The ward sister has the opportunity to encourage her staff to give good care to the patients in their care ,staff should be able to look up to her as their role model. We should be able to trust her to ensure all care is the best the staff can give . patients are people and who knows any one of the nurses who give care to our patients may one day become a patient and lets see how they feel. I will say that not all nursing staff are giving poor care but the majority are.
I am a 1970 SEN and i want to nurse ,i am 60 and i miss it so much i was stupidly honest in 2008 and because i had not kept up my preps i decided to let my registration lapse. i have regretted it as over the years since 1997 i have attained A city and Guild in Care Management equvalent to NVQ level 4 ,Diploma in Welfare studies,Dementia Awarenes module in 2011.And i am sat here wanting to nurse. any ideas out there. sorry about spelling
As i said so many times we need our nurses to be trained in nursing.in our hospitals ,Not educated in universities. there is a fundamental difference believe me. and the students should be paid a living wage not a meager bursary.
We need trained nurses on the ward on every shift all the time not just to do drugs and treatments to be there training HCA staff., observing patients.
I believe we need to go back to nurse training in our hospitals in nursing schools attached not in universities ..We need training not education .there is a vast difference. and student nurses should be paid a living wage. not a bursary.