Staying alive
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Staying alive

The learning disability branch should not be terminated, a nursing review has concluded. But, as Daniel Allen reports, change is inevitable

Seventy six per cent in favour is a big majority. There are caveats, but it seems that the learning disability branch programme of nurse education has overwhelming support.

Learning Disability Practice. 11, 8, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/ldp.11.8.13.s15

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