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Public should foot the bill for their own protection



Public should foot the bill for their own protection



Nursing Standard 1987) 21(4): 33-33



NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">The proposed increase in NMC fees may not be a 'big amount of money to ask for' (news September 20), but in relative terms our fees to practise have risen six fold in the past four years. Meanwhile, our salaries have risen by small percentages in most cases. The cost of public protection should be met from the public purse and not that of nurses.

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