Exclusive Although commissioning nurse leaders feel confident in their roles, the majority need more support and guidance, a survey has revealed.
The survey, shown exclusively to Nursing in Practice, reveals that many commissioning nurse leaders (91%) are fairly or completely confident in their role.
When asked to expand on how they feel, many commissioning nurse leaders (CNLs) said they needed “more time to undertake the complexities of the role”.
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