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Draft workforce strategy reveals rise in nurse turnover rates (USA)

I have just read this news about CNA. Not sure, but I think it may change some things around in Nursing Assitance. Short quote:

"Almost 9% of the nurse workforce left the NHS in England in the past year following years of rising turnover rates, official analysis has revealed in a draft workforce strategy for the health service."

These things shouldn't be left unnoticed. If we will speak of them - working as CNA may get better one day.

As always - your opinion is welcome.

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Review backs campaign to diversify Scottish nurse workforce
2017-12-13 00:07:25,

Never you know what is important and what is not. May be you will find it neither interesting, neither important... But still I found that this one is worth few seconds of attention

"A range of measures to encourage people from a diverse range of backgrounds into nursing and midwifery have been recommended, following the publication of a major workforce and education review that was commissioned by the chief nursing officer for Scotland."

I wonder if these can impact my job as Nursing Assistant. Can't find obvious relation. But... You never know!
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