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Nursing in an integrated care system: what changes to expect

Integrated care systems may seem like just another in a long line of health and care reforms – so how will they affect nurses and their ability to do their jobs?

Integrated care systems may seem like just another in a long line of health and care reforms – so how will they affect nurses and their ability to do their jobs?

  • Integrated care systems have been developing slowly, but a change in the law means they will be mandatory in England
  • The idea of ICSs is to remove obstacles between all the organisations that provide care and public health services
  • Find out how they might be able to transform nursing services – and learn about pitfalls to watch out for
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AfC, STPs, SitReps, CHCs… the NHS is notorious for its use of unwieldy phrases and confusing acronyms, to the extent the NHS Confederation website

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