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Nurses must renew pledge to provide quality care

3rd March 2010

The Prime Minister’s Commission on the Future of Nursing and Midwifery in England has stated that nurses and midwives must renew their pledge to society to provide high quality and compassionate care and must be supported to do so by their employers.

The Commission says that a strong statement of commitment to high quality care would help to restore public trust and wants front-line staff and their employers to state how nurses and midwives will enact their values of compassion, maintain their competence, and become champions of care in hospitals and the community.

 

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