NHS Healthcare Support Workers
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I feel that HCSW need to be recognised for the work the do and the clinical skills they obtain. Too many hard working and extremely experience Snr auxiliary nurses are being unrecognised for taking on the role of what used to be an enrolled nurse. Other than medications in hospital settings, Snr auxiliary nurses are trained to carry out higher levels of clinical work as well as performing duties such as admissions, observations, catheterisation, bloods, cannulas. Admission of patients, patient assessment on arrival and ongoing throughout their stay. And many many more.
Answered 12 November 2022
It is a difficult situation for the nhs to find the right people for the jobs
Answered 21 April 2022
It is good
Answered 14 April 2022
positive, its great to show to others that you are helping people in need with tasks that most people dont want to do.
Answered 3 February 2022
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