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February 2012
Nursing Management - UK;Feb2012, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p13
Academic Journal
The article reports that nurses are invited to nominate innovative patient care ideas and projects under the Care Challenge recognition program, and the government has released a proposal to relax the restrictions on "exposure prone procedures" for HIV-positive healthcare professionals.


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