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The mixed fortunes of nursing numbers

Blog post 15/12/2017Fiona Johnson

There are more hospital nurses in post than in 2010, yet there are shortages of nurses wherever you look. Each nursing specialty has its problems, but they are not all the same, as Fiona Johnson investigates.

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Effect of a home-based end-of-life nursing service on hospital use at the end of life and place of death: a study using administrative data and matched controls

Journal article 05/06/2013

This article assesses the effect of routinely delivered home-based end of life care on hospital use at the end of life and place of death.

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Study of 29,000 patients shows that home nursing improves care at the end of life

Press release 14/11/2012

A new study of 29,000 patients shows that home nursing improves care at the end of life, making it possible for more people to die at home while reducing emergency visits to hospital.

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Hospital medicine and nursing in the 1980s: Interaction between the professions of medicine and nursing

Book 01/01/1984Archie Duncan | Gordon McLachlan

Book on a seminar exploring the interaction between medicine and nursing care.

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