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"Systems such as red trays erode essential nursing skills"

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Some protocals are good, child protection, care of the over 60s sustaing injuries. If the nurses follow them caer is improved and is more holistic, however medical officers can override the protocals and care then is at a lower level. Looking at holistic care- cultural aspects need to be taken into consideration, the care of the elderly by families in overseas countries, is not the samew as England where there aften no relatives to provide support

Posted date

21 February, 2012

Posted time

4:09 pm

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