Why are so many nurses leaving the profession and what can be done to prevent it?
More attention needs to be paid to nurses’ pay and well-being if the NHS is to survive the ‘Big Quit’, say our readers’ panel
The nursing register saw a 27% increase in the number of nurses, midwives, and nursing associates leaving this year .
With 13,945 leaving between 1 April and 30 September, compared with 11,020 during the same period last year, the figure represents a four-year high.
How can we prevent a ‘Big Quit’ in nursing and the NHS?
Why are so many nurses leaving the profession and what can be done to stop them?
Nursing Standard readers have their say.
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