Routes into a career in practice nursing: Trainee GPN perspective

@article{Nicholson2016RoutesIA,
  title={Routes into a career in practice nursing: Trainee GPN perspective},
  author={Ellen Nicholson and Debbie East and Fatima Adio},
  journal={Practice Nursing},
  year={2016},
  volume={27},
  pages={397-400}
}
The 12-month programme run by City and Hackney GP Confederation has now been running for over 6 months. In this article the perspective of two trainee general practice nurses, one newly-qualified and one with experience in secondary care, is considered and contrasted The recent article ‘Managing workforce planning in primary care: innovation in practice’ (Nicholson 2016) focused on the implementation of a 12-month programme in City and Hackney in conjunction with City University, London… 
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An evaluation of an innovative workforce development strategy
TLDR
A shortage in the nursing population and increasing demands on general practice have left nurses in general practice facing challenges in providing high-quality care.

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