Delivering a new intravenous therapy service
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Delivering a new intravenous therapy service

Liz Lees Consultant nurse, Acute medicine at Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham
Maged Sonkor Consultant geriatrician, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham

In the first of two articles, LIZ LEES and MAGED SONKOR discuss a point prevalence study to support the collaborative development of a new intravenous therapy service

Following recent reforms in emergency care, there has been a rapid expansion of both patient services and new roles for practitioners (Department of Health 2001, 2004).

Emergency Nurse. 14, 3, 30-35. doi: 10.7748/en2006.06.14.3.30.c4232

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