The Nursing Times discussed something that has been on our mind lately too – Nurse training.
We have asked our candidates about this, and tried to get a feel for what nurses are after and how they feel towards training and their options throughout their career.
What has been established by The Nursing Times is;
Nurses and other health service staff should be offered more leadership training opportunities within their own organisations to help transform models of care in the way outlined in NHS England’s five-year plan, according to a health think-tank. 
For those that may not know, the NHS five-year plan aimed to have most healthcare professionals to be open to furthering their skills, responsibilities and careers. What we want to know is – do any workers in the primary care sector feel they have room to branch out should they want?
And do you feel training is the answer to many problems the NHS face?
Finally, we are also interested in what training you think would be valuable to have.
Please let us know your thoughts: firstname.lastname@example.org
 Merrifield, N. (2015). Better leadership training for nurses needed to change care models. Nursingtimes.net. Available at: http://www.nursingtimes.net/home/specialisms/leadership/better-leadership-training-for-nurses-needed-to-change-care-models/5082475.article