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Ten point plan sets out actions to deliver general practice nursing workforce for the future

 

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Ten point plan sets out actions to deliver general practice nursing workforce for the future

England’s chief nursing officer has launched a ten point action plan to recognise and develop the roles that general practice nurses have which transform care and can help deliver the plan to make the NHS fit for the future.

Developing confidence, capability and capacity – the ten point action plan for general practice nursing brings together key actions which aim to meet general practice workforce challenges by attracting new recruits, supporting existing GPNs and encouraging return to practice.

The plan is backed by a £15 million investment and will help target and prioritise where improvements are needed most. It sets out key milestones which will allow progress to be measured across general practice nursing for the first time.