Knife crime education
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Knife crime education

Johnny Wells Emergency care team leader, St George’s Hospital, London

JOHNNY WELLS ARGUES that emergency nurses are in ideal positions to educate and inform young people about the consequences of knife crime

Over the past two years, the UK media have focused increasingly on knife crime and there has been a widespread perception that the incidence of this type of assault is growing.

Emergency Nurse. 16, 7, 30-32. doi: 10.7748/en2008.

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