In brief: whole-time nurse equivalents

The number of whole-time nurse equivalents has risen by 3,000 over the past 12-month period, according to estimates from the government statistical service. The figures to September 1999 show an increase of 4,500 nurses in NHS hospital and community health services in England.

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