Healthcare Assistants "want professional register"
Most healthcare assistants in the UK want to see tougher regulation of the profession, a survey suggests.
A British Journal of Healthcare Assistants poll of 385 staff found 93% backed compulsory registration - with many prepared to pay for it.
It would mean healthcare assistants would have to be on a formal register to work, just as nurses have to be.
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