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The NHS is on the verge of a staffing crisis, according to the Royal College of Nursing, with more nurses leaving the organisation than joining last year.

Figures from NHS Digital showed that around 33,000 nurses left the NHS in England last year. Around 20% more nurses left in the year ending September 2017 than in 2012/13, with leavers outnumbering those recruited by approximately 3,000.

More than half the nurses that left the profession (17,207) were under the age of 40. Many left the NHS in favour of the private sector, including agencies, pharmaceutical firms and hospitals.

https://www.personneltoday.com/hr/nurses...ited-2017/
(01-17-2018, 11:24 AM)KOMMA Wrote: [ -> ]The NHS is on the verge of a staffing crisis, according to the Royal College of Nursing, with more nurses leaving the organisation than joining last year.

Figures from NHS Digital showed that around 33,000 nurses left the NHS in England last year. Around 20% more nurses left in the year ending September 2017 than in 2012/13, with leavers outnumbering those recruited by approximately 3,000.

More than half the nurses that left the profession (17,207) were under the age of 40. Many left the NHS in favour of the private sector, including agencies, pharmaceutical firms and hospitals.

https://www.personneltoday.com/hr/nurses...ited-2017/

They should put nurses back on the ward to train, that sorts out who are really committed and who are not.

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Nursing as a profession
Sucks
You are generally treated bad by everyone
Managers doctors administrators patients
The lack of respect is deplorable

The reason 99% leave this so called profession