Patient centred care: lessons from the medical profession
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Patient centred care: lessons from the medical profession

Mary Dawood A&E consultant nurse, St Mary’s Hospital, London

Emergency nurse practitioners can learn valuable lessons from the medical profession’s experience of patient centred care, says MARY DAWOOD

The reform of emergency care has led to a significant rise in the prevalence of emergency nurse practitioners (ENPs) in emergency departments (National Audit Office 2004).

Emergency Nurse. 13, 1, 22-27. doi: 10.7748/en2005.04.13.1.22.c1213

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