Sudden death in A&E
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Sudden death in A&E

Tricia Scott Nurse Teacher in Accident and Emergency Nursing, Durham and Teesside College of Health

In article 905 in our Continuing Education series, Tricia Scott considers the care provided for bereaved relatives in accident and emergency

The aim of this article is to explore the care provided for distressed relatives in the A&E department after the occurrence of a sudden death.

Emergency Nurse. 2, 4, 10-15. doi: 10.7748/en.2.4.10.s3

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