Jobs promise to student nurses

Sarah Hall, Norwich Evening News, October 6, 2006 Student nurses were today reassured there would be jobs for them at the end of their training despite the current crisis gripping the NHS. People enrolling on courses this week have been told by the head of the new nursing and midwifery school at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital that they will have no problem finding work when they graduate. The £10 million school, which opened at the N&N this week, is now taking its first students and at its peak there will 850 full-time students and 2,000 attending part time. But, as reported in the Evening News, student nurses were told this summer they could be forced to settle for part-time jobs when they graduate because of the financial crisis in the NHS. ... Jobs