Calling all Returning Nurses and Managers – The nursing profession needs you!

Returning nurses

Has your registration lapsed? Now is a great time to come back to nursing. North London organisations are ready to help you regain your PIN.

You can study one day a week at City, University of London on an excellent Return to Practice programme and work part-time or full-time in a placement in a hospital, the community, a GP practice or a care home. Once you re-register as a Band 5 staff nurse there are plenty of exciting options for flexible working.

In as little as 3-6 months you can complete the programme and then earn between £23,023-£29,608 and join the NHS pension scheme.

Nursing team managers

Can you welcome a returning nurse to your team and give them the benefit of your expertise and leadership skills? Your input is vital for CapitalNurse’s campaign to bring back nurses whose registration has lapsed. The RTP programme combines academic studies with placement hours and ensures returning nurses quickly make a real and valuable contribution to your team. They bring past nursing experience and a wealth of life skills that have strong potential for helping in your quest to continue delivering excellent care. A dedicated

CapitalNurse Return to Practice Lead will support you and all nursing managers in the North London organisations collaborating on the campaign*.

*Whittington Health NHS Trust • University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust • Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust • Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust • North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust • Barnet, Enfield & Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust • Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust • Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust • Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust • Camden & Islington NHS Foundation Trust Plus General Practices and care homes across our boroughs of Barnet, Enfield, Haringey, Camden and Islington.

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