Nurse quality framework survey launched

Independent Nurse magazine has launched a survey to find out what nurses think of changes to the quality and outcomes framework (QOF) that will take effect from next year.

The changes will bring extra clinical points for heart failure, chronic kidney disease, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, COPD and anxiety and depression. Sexual health will be added to the QOF for the first time.

The survey also looks at workload, pay and other factors such as the role NICE will play in leading QOF development in future.

Take part for a chance to win £50 in M&S vouchers.

nick.bostock@haymarket.com

Go to www.healthcarerepublic.com/surveys

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