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Healthcare workers 'should be regulated'

There is a widespread view that nurses simply do not care for their patients in the same way that they once did. The head of the Royal College of Nursing, Peter Carter, has said many new nurses have spent too much time in the classroom and not enough time on the wards. Prof Dickon Weir-Hughes, Chief Executive of the Nursing and Midwifery Council and Camila Cavendish, columnist for The Times debate.

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