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Primary care groups. PCG tips

Primary care groups. PCG tips
Primary care groups. PCG tips
Nurses and therapists are hopeful of at last being able to share with doctors the responsibility for guiding health care services, but are disappointed at the level of GP representations at board level compared to nurses. The changes are seen as an opportunity to improve patient care through joint working, and the government's emphasis on quality is welcomed. There is a need for a professional development programme to underpin implementation.
0952-2271
p.33
Davis, J
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Lampert, P.
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Davis, J
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Lampert, P.
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Davis, J and Lampert, P. (1999) Primary care groups. PCG tips. Health Service Journal, 29 (109), p.33. (PMID:10558192)

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Abstract

Nurses and therapists are hopeful of at last being able to share with doctors the responsibility for guiding health care services, but are disappointed at the level of GP representations at board level compared to nurses. The changes are seen as an opportunity to improve patient care through joint working, and the government's emphasis on quality is welcomed. There is a need for a professional development programme to underpin implementation.

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Published date: 29 July 1999

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Local EPrints ID: 166049
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/166049
ISSN: 0952-2271
PURE UUID: 0cacae14-3d3f-40cd-aef3-04b0e5b10c4c

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Date deposited: 21 Oct 2010 13:37
Last modified: 16 Jul 2019 23:50

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