New year, new challenges

Cook, Rosemary
February 2005
Primary Health Care;Feb2005, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p22
Academic Journal
Describes the issues facing community nurses as outlined by the Director of Queen's Nursing Institute, Rosemary Cook in Great Britain. Concerns on the scarcity of nurses in the region; Changes to the dynamics of the total primary care workforce; Development of a concept of community matrons.


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