Welsh NHS has recruited more than 70 nurses from Spain

Welsh NHS has recruited more than 70 nurses from Spain

The staffing crisis affecting NHS bodies across the UK lead Welsh NHS to recruti more than 70 nurses from Spain.

To complete a nurse degree and experience takes up to three years, as per that Health chiefs despite of the efforts of working with universities to train more nurses, found out on Spanish nurses a solution.

Most of the candidates were interviewed by Skype.

<<There is a rising number of patients across the UK. The patients in Wales were seen within the four-hour time period, short of the 95 per cent target. Responding to the English figures yesterday, Dr Peter Carter, chief executive of the Royal College of Nursing, said: ‘Hospital trusts trying to recruit more staff have been hamstrung by the short-sighted cuts to nurse training places, which mean there simply aren’t enough nurses in the system.>>. Mail Online published on Jan 7, 2015

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