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Everyone should have a voice – but how do we ensure we listen to each other?

Nurses may not always be the ones shouting loudest, so we need to be part of policymaking

Nurses may not always be the ones shouting loudest, so we need to be part of policymaking

Never did I imagine at the start of the year that the focus would still be on COVID-19 and the impact of the pandemic as 2021 ended.

Yet, as 2022 approaches, here are some of my reflections on this year and my hopes for the profession in the coming year.

Staff well-being must be paramount

The NHS has always focused on the outcomes for patients: morbidity, mortality, length of hospital stay and patient satisfaction.

Hopefully, COVID-19 has emphasised that staff outcomes are equally important.

If we want excellence in care delivery and world-class outcomes

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