Nursing associates

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The nursing associate is a new generic nursing role in England that bridges the gap between healthcare support workers and registered nurses, to deliver hands-on, person-centred care as part of the nursing team.

We have put together a comprehensive guide to provide an overview of the new role and compiled all information needed for employers to successfully embed the role into their organisation.

Read the guide

Tell us your views

Understanding your position will help us to support you. We are keen to hear employer views about the nursing associate role.

  • Are you a participating pilot site?
  • Are you planning to use nursing associates to develop your workforce and its capacity?
  • How might this fit with other strategic priorities, such as the apprenticeship agenda?
  • What challenges and opportunities do you think it might bring?

Please share your thoughts by getting in touch with workforcesupply@nhsemployers.org

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