Gender disparity: research suggests male nurses reach band 7 four years earlier than female counterparts

Initial findings reported at last week’s Capital Nurse Expo indicates that female nurses are more likely to average ten years to reach band 7 after qualifying – compared to male nurses, who average six years to reach the same level  

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