Examining the effectiveness of the nurse consultant role
VOL: 102, ISSUE: 04, PAGE NO: 23Sally Redfern, Phd, BSc is professor emeritus of nursing, Nursing Research Unit, King's College LondonThe role of nurse consultant, introduced by the Department of Health in 2000 amid some scepticism from the nursing as well as the medical profession, aims to improve the quality of nursing services, strengthen leadership and help retain experienced and expert nurses in clinical practice.
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