Darzi review is a clarion call

Gray, Jean
July 2008
Nursing Standard;7/9/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 44, p1
Academic Journal
The author reflects on Lord Ara Darzi, parliamentary undersecretary of state at the Department of Health's plans for England's health care particularly on the National Health Service constitution. Particular focus is given to the nurses and midwives' reaction on his call for improved patient care, which involves his main concerns such as the patients' need for quality services as well as respect, compassion, and dignity. Moreover, she affirmed the practicality and rationality of Darzi's action.


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