ONE IN 20 nursing posts [...]

November 2013
Daily Mail;11/12/2013, p6
ONE IN 20 nursing posts is vacant - 20,000 fulltime hospital jobs. Figures obtained by the Royal College of Nursing also show 6 per cent of nursing or midwifery posts are unfilled at hospitals.


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