A new framework for learning disability nursing: implementation
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A new framework for learning disability nursing: implementation

Gwen Moulster Consultant nurse, Whittington Health and Haringey Learning Disabilities Partnership, London, University of Hertfordshire
Sarah Ames Nurse practitioner, Whittington Health and Haringey Learning Disabilities Partnership, London
Tom Griffiths Lead learning disabilities nurse, Camden Learning Disabilities Services, London

In the last of a three-part series, Gwen Moulster and colleagues discuss the results of a pilot of their eclectic model of reflective and evidence-based care

In this, the final article in a series of three, Gwen Moulster, Sarah Ames and Tom Griffiths describe the piloting, implementation, auditing and evaluation of the eclectic Moulster and Griffiths framework for learning disability nursing practice. They also highlight some of the issues involved in shifting conventional ideas to a more contemporary methodology of learning disability nursing.

Learning Disability Practice. 15, 8, 20-24. doi: 10.7748/ldp2012.10.15.8.20.c9328

Correspondence

gweneth.moulster@haringey.gov.uk

Peer review

This article has been subject to double blind peer review

Conflict of interest

None declared

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