NHS England loses 6,000 mental health nurses in 10 years

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Recruitment and training crisis ‘hits the most vulnerable in society’, says Royal College of Nursing

The number of mental health nurses in England has slumped by more than a tenth over the past decade, new figures have revealed. This is despite commitments from both Theresa May and her predecessor, David Cameron, to boost resources for mental health services, which many medical professionals say are now in crisis.

The total mental health nursing workforce has decreased by 10.6% since 2009, according to the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).

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