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A FORMER nurse at a Pwllheli care home has been struck off after a disciplinary hearing found that he had kissed a resident’s neck and asked her to marry him.
David Lloyd Hughes, who was working at Penrhos Home as a staff nurse at the time, was also found to have made sexually and racially motivated comments in 2015 and shouted at one resident “your mother is a whore”.
"She also pointed out that the short-term nature of the roles meant the move to nursing associates could mean the NHS is facing the same problems in two years' time."They will be trainees on a pilot scheme," she said.
"They can say these roles will replace the vacancies they can't fill but in two years they may not be there to replace them anymore."READ MORE: Hertfordshire NHS 'cannot afford to pay for all patient care'Last week the director of nursing at the Lister, Liz Lees, said the new role was about 'getting the right staff in the right places' and would provide an alternative route into nursing for graduates.