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RCN extends indemnity scheme to protect members providing paid-for travel vaccinations | News | Royal College of Nursing

Following the amendment to the CNSGP scheme to remove the cover for paid for travel vaccines, the RCN have announced that their indemnity scheme will be extended to cover RCN members administering paid for travel vaccinations in GP practices. This is regardless of whether they are employed or self-employed, which is significant since the rest of the RCN indemnity scheme doesn’t cover employed nurses working in GP practices. The full details can be found here:-

 

https://www.rcn.org.uk/news-and-events/news/uk-rcn-extends-indemnity-scheme-to-protect-members-providing-paid-for-travel-vaccinations-090719

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