There’s the feeling here, and the reality that the job has become impossible because there’s just not enough nurses to provide the level of care that patients need. If you don’t have enough nurses then other nurses are not going to be recruited or stay. So we know a lot from research about what keeps nurses in a job and also what attracts new prospective nurses to come into the profession. One is that they’re respected by everyone, their contributions are respected but secondly, and very important is that it has to be possible for them to uphold their own personal standards as a professional. So to make it possible to take good care of patients which means having enough staffing having a supportive work environment and having good interdisciplinary relationships with doctors and others. The UK can be positive about the possibilities to solve their shortage. When looking at the US, we had a shortage that was really even bigger than the shortage that you have now in the 1980s and we solved it by increasing the staffing, creating more positions for nurses. Providing the opportunity to have a rewarding career, a career that you could work at and feel good about yourself and what you’d accomplished. Over 20 years, that’s been the single most important thing. Opportunities for advancement all of these things are totally possible to do.