Integrated care in Scotland at stake

Trueland, Jennifer
May 2014
Nursing Standard;5/14/2014, Vol. 28 Issue 37, p26
Trade Publication
Nurse directors must fight for their right to have a seat on the boards of Scotland's new integrated partnerships. Jennifer Trueland reports.


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