Innovative grading system lifts morale at NHS trust

Prickett, Ruth
January 1998
People Management;01/22/98, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p19
Reports on the effectiveness of a pilot competency program for nurses at Ealing Hospital NHS Trust in London, England. Decrease of absence rates and increased patient satisfaction; Promotion of nurses based on the level of competency in defined areas; Emphasis on individual training and development.


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