Pogson, Delia and Jackson, Neil
At Learning Disability Nursing National Annual Conference, United States.
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The training programme for nurses specialising in caring for people with learning disabilities is seen to have several drawbacks, particularly the traditional system of client attachment, which allows the student too little time with the client. Southampton University School of Nursing and Midwifery has devised a new client attachment system that aims to allow the student long-term contact with clients, to introduce the subject of caseload management and to give the student transferable skills. A description of the programme is presented.
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|Venue - Dates:
||Learning Disability Nursing National Annual Conference, United States, 1992-01-01
||04 Oct 2010 08:57
||18 Apr 2017 03:41
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