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Watchdog calls for nurses' view of the NHS

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Nurses are being asked to tell their experience of working in the NHS to the annual staff survey.

The Healthcare Commission is encouraging more than 250,000 employees to participate in the sixth annual NHS staff survey, which looks at issues including job satisfaction and levels of support in the workplace.

The commission, the Department of Health and NHS trusts use the survey data to inform local and national changes to working conditions.

Nancy Wolstenholme, the commission’s head of accessible information, said: ‘The survey is a vital tool in our efforts to improve the NHS for both patients and staff.

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