New Vision for Nursing: Views Sought (Department of Health / NHS Commissioning Board)

Summary

A new vision for nursing, midwifery and care-giving proposes placing greater emphasis on the importance of compassionate care and seeks feedback on how such values can be developed in health and social care. The vision seeks to understand:

  1. How to recruit with the values in mind?
  2. How to promote better public health?
  3. How to ensure nurses have courage to stand up and complain?
  4. How to enable care-givers to use new technologies where people want them and improve how they communicate?

Read more: Views sought on new vision for nursing (Department of Health).

Reference

Views sought on new vision for nursing. London: Department of Health, September 21st 2012.

Full Text Link

Reference

Cummings J. [and] Bennett, V. (2012). Developing the culture of compassionate care: creating a new vision for nurses, midwives and care-givers. Leeds: Department of Health; Nursing, Midwifery and Care-Giving Vision Team, September 21st 2012.

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