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Minimum nursing levels set out

Minimum nursing levels set out

Minimum staffing levels of registered nurses caring for babies, children and young people have been set out by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).

According to the organisation, these standards are the “minimum essential requirements” to deliver safe care.

There should be a minimum ratio of 70:30 registered to unregistered staff, and this should apply to all services, including community and independent sector providers, the RCN said.

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