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Critiscim of nurses and nursing has become louder in recent months with several critical reports and a media campaign that lays the blame on modern nursing.
We called an emergency meeting of top nurses, policy experts, patient champions, as well as doctors and managers, to discuss the causes and solutions to the problem of poor care.
The debate was chaired by Patients Association vice-president Phil Hammond and they agreed these ten action points:
Care campaign priorities for action
Register your support for the Care campaign
Top nurses, policy experts, patient champions, doctors, and managers, attended the emergency meeting held in London.