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Nurses (North West Region)

Volume 124: debated on Wednesday 16 December 1987

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To ask the Secretary of State for Social Services how many nurses are employed in intensive care ustnits in the North Western regional health authority area; and how many nurses are receiving training in the same area for work in intensive care units.

Nursing staff in post in intensive care units in the North Western regional health authority at 30 September 1986 totalled 600 whole-time equivalents. This included 570 whole-time equivalents in coronary care and 30 whole-time equivalents in paediatric care. Information on nurses in training is not held centrally on a regional basis.