Clinical governance

Naysmith, Dr Anne
May 2000
Palliative Medicine;May2000, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p181
Academic Journal
Editorial. Focuses on clinical governance in Great Britain. Accountability of National Health Service organizations for the quality of health care under the concept; Structure to support the practice of clinical governance; Relevance of clinical governance in the field of palliative care.


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