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The cost to the UK taxpayer of attrition from nursing courses is estimated to be £108 million a year in lost fees and financial support (analysis September 21).
As a first-year mental health nursing student, I would like to respond to your survey in which two thirds of respondents said today's training fails to prepare newly qualified nurses for the… (More)
I have read many articles in the mainstream media recently about students lacking the fundamental skills to provide good patient care. There is a stereotypical view of students as incapable, uncaring… (More)
While I am appalled at the rates of attrition from nursing courses (letters October 5), I did not argue that making students pay back their fees might help to lower the high dropout rates.