NHS 'would not cope' without overseas staff, nursing leaders warn

NHS 'would not cope' without overseas staff, nursing leaders warn
 

Around one in five nurses recruited in England 2015/16 were non-British EU nationals - up from one in 14 in 2011/12.
Over the same period the proportion of British nurses joining hospitals dropped from roughly 78% to 70%.
The Royal College of Nursing said the figures showed nurses trained abroad made a "critical contribution" to the health service, while the British Medical Association said the NHS could only benefit from widening its overseas "talent pool".
New analysis by the Press Association has revealed the extent to which the NHS in England is increasingly... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 43
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