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More training on delegation needed by new nurses (USA)

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

"Newly qualified nurses are often failing to delegate to healthcare assistants, preferring to “do it all” themselves”, which is leading to them feeling overworked, a new study has found."

Things like this, then they happen medical prof do have weight.

What do you think?

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Another thing to know about CNA. I don't if you read things like this, but stopped by and have taken a closer look.

"A “glaring hole” in training that is failing to ensure nurses are taught bowel and bladder care is putting patients at risk, a group of MPs has warned."

But not just seeing this makes me think... But I just trying to understand how this one is just like most important what happend around? At least most noticable? Isn't there nothing more important about CNA?
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