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Improving staff recruitment and retention in the emergency department

  title={Improving staff recruitment and retention in the emergency department},
  author={Cliff Evans and Clare Elizabeth Hughes and Kathleen Campbell Ward},
  journal={Nursing times},
This article has been double-blind peer reviewedIn this article…Factors affecting nursing recruitment in the UKA strategy to attract nurses to an emergency departmentAn 18-month preceptorship programme for newly qualified nursesAbstract In 2015, the emergency department at Medway Foundation Trust wa 
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