Fewer nurses are expected to be trained in specialist and advanced roles in the NHS over the coming years due to the “decimation” of professional development funding, a group of MPs has been warned during an inquiry into nursing workforce shortages.
RCN chief executive and general secretary Janet Davies said this level of funding cut would not only make it more difficult for nurses to maintain their skills, but would also stop some from being able to train for more advanced roles.
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