Short cuts: Union seeks a 'beefed-up role' for school nurses

The Community Practitioners' and Health Visitors' Association has called for school nurses to be given a 'beefed-up role' in preventing teenage pregnancy and drug misuse. In a consultation document drawn up with the Queen's Nursing Institute, it proposes benchmarks for cover in schools, with a three-strong team led by a ...

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