February 2010
Nursing Standard;2/17/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 24, p11
Trade Publication
The author reports that an employment tribunal has rejected claims of British nurses Annie Woodcock, Jenny Fecitt and Felicity Hughes that they were treated unfairly after complaining about a fellow nurse.


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