Action needed on lack of practice nurse workforce data, says RCN

Snow, Tamsin
June 2009
Nursing Standard;6/10/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 40, p10
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The article reports on a 2009 decision from the Royal College of Nursing in Wales to ask the Welsh Assembly Government to record the number of practice nurses working in the principality. The college and its director, Tina Donnelly, made the decision to ask the government after it discovered that data on practice nurses was not being collected.


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