We are there to support, educate and provide a constant and stable workforce in the midst of junior doctors rotating through placements. We get paid in line with our experience and in recognition of our increased clinical responsibility, but our salary has a limit.
Doctors will become consultants and their pay will increase exponentially as their experience grows. Old-fashioned attitudes persist despite our attempts to educate people about our role, and more of us are contemplating leaving the nursing profession or moving to departments with a concrete reputation for good consultant support and/or an established advanced nursing team. Some of my colleagues are on long-term sick leave, desperately unhappy at work or having counselling. Years of study feel like a waste. I, too, wonder whether to return to first-level nursing or leave the profession altogether.
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