The Shape of Caring Review wants to ensure that nurses and care assistants get high quality education and training.
The review aims to promote good practice and provoke debate on a number of issues relating to education and training of nurses & health care assistants.
This resulted in ‘Raising the Bar’ which set out 34 recommendations under eight themes:
- Enhancing the voice of the patient and the public
- Valuing the care assistant role
- Widening access for care assistants who wish to enter nursing
- Developing a flexible model
- Assuring a high-quality learning environment for pre-registration nurses
- Assuring high quality, ongoing learning for registered nurses
- Assuring sustainable research and innovation
- Assuring high-quality funding and commissioning
Find out more by accessing a range of resources.
- The Shape of Caring Review report
- The Shape of Caring Review report summary
- Supplementary document – postgraduate education and career pathway in nursing
- The Shape of Caring Review – Lord Willis interview
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