Magnet hospitals: what makes them places where nurses want to work?

Why UK hospitals are trialling the US model and what it means for staff and patients

Why UK hospitals are trialling the US model and what its staff well-being and autonomy goals mean for nurses and patients

  • Organisations participating in the four-year Magnet4Europe study will be twinned with a Magnet-accredited US hospital
  • How the Magnet principles and and priorities can help organisations address the challenges presented by COVID-19
  • The workplace environment review process designed to give front-line nurses a voice in everything from shift patterns and patient care to canteen layouts

As the UK emerges from the COVID-19 second wave, hospitals in England are among those taking part in a Europe-wide project to improve nurses’ working environments and reduce their stress.

Trusts participating in


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