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Developing new clinical roles: a guide for health professionals

Humphris, Debra and Masterson, Abigail (2001) Developing new clinical roles: a guide for health professionals, London, GB, Churchill Livingstone, 224pp.

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Throughout the health care system, the traditional boundaries between professional groups are becoming increasingly blurred in response to local service needs and national policy objectives. New clinical roles are developing and nurses and other health professionals are finding opportunities to review and reconfigure their roles in response to changing health care needs and national policy imperatives. This book grew out of the editors' involvement in the UKCC's work on the regulation of specialist, advanced and higher level practice and Department of Health research on new role developments and the impact of the `New Deal' reduction in junior doctors hours. It combines a comprehensive and thought provoking overview of the key issues and emerging challenges with practical suggestions for promoting appropriate and sustainable role development.

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Published date: 2001


Local EPrints ID: 41031
ISBN: 0443070717
PURE UUID: 530cbe00-2592-403c-b5b6-729059098c80

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Date deposited: 26 Jan 2007
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 15:32

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Author: Debra Humphris
Author: Abigail Masterson

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