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Health Education England - Community Nursing Survey

22 Aug 2018

Health Education England are interested in hearing the views of District Nurses from across the UK to influence and shape their work on community nursing

Since January 2018, Health Education England has been engaging with key stakeholders across England to gather information as to how the community nursing workforce might best be equipped with the knowledge and skills to support population care needs, now and in the future. While HEE is responsible for England, we are interested in learning from the experience across the UK.

It is important to us that we engage with as many practitioners as possible, to influence and shape this work. We would very much value the input of the members of the RCN District Nursing forum and have created this survey to gather your views. 

While we recognise the term community nursing is very broad and may encompass nurses working across different fields and settings. However, the scope of this work is the Registered Nursing workforce providing predominantly adult, physical healthcare and reablement in people's normal place of residence (i.e. home; homeless; care homes).

To participate in this survey please click here: Community Nursing Survey. The survey will close on the 7th September at 9am. You are not asked for any demographic data and therefore your answers are anonymous and cannot be traced back to you.

It will take approximately 10 minutes or less to complete.



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