Cardiovascular Diseases Outcomes Strategy 2012

Hunt, Jacqui
October 2012
British Journal of Cardiac Nursing;Oct2012, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p505
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Cardiovascular Disease Outcomes Strategy by All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPG), tackling chronic heart disease (CHD), stroke, kidney and diabetes. Cardiovascular nurses have made significant contributions to improving care delivered to cardiovascular patients and the British Association for Nursing in Cardiovascular Care (BANCC) have contributed in forming the strategy.


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