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Good communication heralds successful integration. Evaluating the roles of community specialist and general nurses

Good communication heralds successful integration. Evaluating the roles of community specialist and general nurses
Good communication heralds successful integration. Evaluating the roles of community specialist and general nurses

Nurse specialist roles are becoming more prevalent in community care. Do nurse specialists working in the community enable services to provide better care for their patients? How can specialist and general nurses work together to provide optimum holistic care in the community?

Communication, Community Health Nursing, Humans, Interprofessional Relations, Nurse Clinicians, Role, Journal Article
0266-8130
600-2
Charlton, T.
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Macaulay, M.
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Charlton, T.
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Macaulay, M.
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Charlton, T. and Macaulay, M. (1993) Good communication heralds successful integration. Evaluating the roles of community specialist and general nurses. Professional Nurse (London, England), 8 (9), 600-2.

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Nurse specialist roles are becoming more prevalent in community care. Do nurse specialists working in the community enable services to provide better care for their patients? How can specialist and general nurses work together to provide optimum holistic care in the community?

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Published date: June 1993
Keywords: Communication, Community Health Nursing, Humans, Interprofessional Relations, Nurse Clinicians, Role, Journal Article

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Local EPrints ID: 418604
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/418604
ISSN: 0266-8130
PURE UUID: 22df28de-fb74-4925-84a5-1a7ec038f4c2

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Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 18:49

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