What does it take to be a major trauma nurse practitioner?
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What does it take to be a major trauma nurse practitioner?

Lynne Pearce Health journalist

Role combines aspects of critical care, leadership and multidisciplinary teamwork in a dynamic environment

For anyone severely injured in a serious accident, the aftermath can be distressing and uncertain, but at St George’s Hospital in south west London, specialist major trauma nurse practitioners chart the way forward.

Emergency Nurse. 31, 1, 10-11. doi: 10.7748/en.31.1.10.s4

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