Project 2000 is a major innovation in the preparation of pre-registration nurses. It introduces a Common Foundation Programme with specialisation after 18 months, increased links with higher education, supernumerary status and bursaries for students and a diploma level qualification. This paper is concerned with research design and management issues emerging from the NFER study of the implementation of Project 2000.
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