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Make the most of nurse placements

Skills for Care has launched new ‘How to make the most of student nurse placements’ guidance to support and promote student nursing placements within social care.

The new guidance, funded by Health Education England, outlines the key learnings and experience for nursing students working in social care.

It will also better prepare employers to offer supported and quality experiences for student nurses, in particular, to understand how the home’s offer maps to the nursing curriculum. The guidance also intends to encourage higher education providers to promote placements in social care settings.

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