Nursing development programme by the South London mental health and community partnership

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The South London mental health and community partnership is comprised of Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, and South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust.

The nursing development programme was produced as a result of facilitating better shared learning between the three South London trusts. This programme aims to develop and support the nursing workforce and prevent the trusts from competing for nurses. Instead, it empowers staff to move between the three organisations flexibly, encouraging them to stay within the partnership and improving retention.

The South London mental health and community partnership brings together clinical expertise, experience and innovation to improve patient care, experience and outcomes. The partnership covers a population of 3.6 million people — its work includes an innovative and successful nursing development programme, improving opportunities and experience at work for the combined 4,500+ nursing workforce.

The South London mental health and community partnership brings together clinical expertise, experience and innovation to improve patient care, experience and outcomes. The partnership covers a population of 3.6 million people — its work includes an innovative and successful nursing development programme, improving opportunities and experience at work for the combined 4,500+ nursing workforce.

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