June 2005
Nursing Standard;6/22/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 41, p71
Academic Journal
Reports on developments involving the health care industry in Great Britain. Appointment of Performance Through Inclusion to provide professional training by Central Manchester and Manchester Children's University Hospital National Health Service (NHS) Trust; Publication of a lone workers guidance by the NHS Security Management Service; Development of a guidance and assessment scheme for new qualified nurses.


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