The Willis Commission
The Willis Commission on Nursing Education has gathered evidence on the best methods of delivering pre-registration nursing education in the UK and how efficient the current education system is; in particular, looking at the balance between workplace and classroom learning.
People are now living longer, but not necessarily healthier, lives and as a result require more complex care. The aim of the project was to ensure that we are able to provide a nursing workforce fit for future health and social care services in the UK and to highlight areas that may require attention and further research.
The Commission considered the following question:
What essential features of pre-registration nursing education in the UK, and what types of support for newly registered practitioners, are needed to create and maintain a workforce of competent, compassionate nurses fit to deliver future health and social care services?
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