End of life care could be delegated to junior and unregistered staff

March 2011
Primary Health Care;Mar2011, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p5
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Institute for Healthcare Management's evaluation report of the National End of Life Care Programme's communication skills pilot project which revealed that the use of unregistered staff and volunteers could be increased to bolster the plans of the government of Great Britain to expand community care provision.


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