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Cavell Nurses' Trust launches survey into nurses' financial and emotional wellbeing

Charity's new research project will highlight the financial hardships many nurses are facing.
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The Cavell Nurses' Trust has begun a research project that it hopes will raise awareness about the financial hardships many nurses are experiencing.

The trust, which offers financial assistance to nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants who are in need, is carrying out a survey into wellbeing and standard of living.

Respondents will be asked if they can afford to save money, go on holiday or replace worn-out furniture.

Help for nurses in need

The trust says it hopes the results will raise awareness of issues facing nurses, and encourage people to come forward for help.

Cavell Nurses' Trust spokesperson Paul Steiner said: ‘The idea is to develop the support we can offer to nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants, working or retired, suffering hardship often because of illness, disability, domestic abuse, working poverty and older age.'

The online survey is open until 12 August.

The Cavell Nurses' Trust has begun a research project that it hopes will raise awareness about the financial hardships many nurses are experiencing.

The trust, which offers financial assistance to nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants who are in need, is carrying out a survey into wellbeing and standard of living.

Respondents will be asked if they can afford to save money, go on holiday or replace worn-out furniture.

Help for nurses in need

The trust says it hopes the results will raise awareness of issues facing nurses, and encourage people to come forward for help.

Cavell Nurses' Trust spokesperson Paul Steiner said: ‘The idea is to develop the support we can offer to nurses, midwives and healthcare assistants, working or retired, suffering hardship often because of illness, disability, domestic abuse, working poverty and older age.'

The online survey is open until 12 August.

Further information:

Cavell Nurses' Trust survey

 

 

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