Making nursing visible

Catton, Howard; Naish, Jane
July 2006
Nursing Standard;7/12/2006, Vol. 20 Issue 44, p14
Trade Publication
The article presents a discussion on the nursing workforce of Great Britain. Since the last seven years, nursing numbers have rose by 23 percent in England, 10 percent in Scotland, 17 percent in Wales and 18 percent in Northern Ireland. By working as nurse practitioners, nurses have promoted their practice to higher levels. The rate of number of nurses who have worked beyond their contractual hours has been found stationary.


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