September 2011
Nursing Standard;9/28/2011, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p8
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The article presents 2011 news related to medicine. Patients in South Tees Hospitals National Health Service Foundation Trust in Great Britain are being given reusable bags to store their medication. Great Britain's Royal College of Nursing is questioning its members about how the roles of health visitors and those in other public health positions should change in the future. A contest to encourage children to consider a career in the National Health Service has been initiated.


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