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Primary care. Life after LIZ (London Initiative Zone)

Primary care. Life after LIZ (London Initiative Zone)
Primary care. Life after LIZ (London Initiative Zone)
Despite three years of London initiative zone funding, the needs of primary care patients in A&E are still not being met, argue Ross Lawrenson and Geraldine Leydon

A survey of primary care initiatives in casualty departments in North Thames found confusion over aims and managerial accountability. Nurses and GPs staffing these projects often overrode the triage decisions made by casualty staff. The schemes lacked the information systems required for a full analysis of costs and benefits.

0952-2271
28-29
Lawrenson, Ross
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Leydon, Geraldine
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Lawrenson, Ross
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Leydon, Geraldine
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Lawrenson, Ross and Leydon, Geraldine (1998) Primary care. Life after LIZ (London Initiative Zone). Health Service Journal, 108 (5602), 28-29. (PMID:10180415)

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Despite three years of London initiative zone funding, the needs of primary care patients in A&E are still not being met, argue Ross Lawrenson and Geraldine Leydon

A survey of primary care initiatives in casualty departments in North Thames found confusion over aims and managerial accountability. Nurses and GPs staffing these projects often overrode the triage decisions made by casualty staff. The schemes lacked the information systems required for a full analysis of costs and benefits.

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Published date: 30 April 1998

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Local EPrints ID: 184379
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/184379
ISSN: 0952-2271
PURE UUID: 6adbf797-0f99-467f-84b2-34b3bbb79dae

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Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 11:51

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