What Is a Nursery Practitioner?

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A nursery practitioner provides care for children up to the age of five years. They work mainly with young patients, although some of the nurses are employed in nurseries to look after children of NHS staff. Nursery assistants will work alongside them and usually under the supervision of qualified nursery practitioners.
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A nursery nurse is responsible for caring for infants and babies up to about 2 years in age. A nursery nurse might work in a hospital setting, a daycare environment or as an independent agent similar to a nanny.
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