Nursing in an integrated care system: the changes to expect
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Nursing in an integrated care system: the changes to expect

Alison Moore Health writer

Integrated care systems may seem like just another in a long line of health and care reforms – so how will they affect nurses and their ability to do their jobs?

AfC, STPs, SitReps, CHCs… the NHS is notorious for its use of unwieldy phrases and confusing acronyms, to the extent the NHS Confederation website has an ‘acronym buster’ with no less than 1,000 commonly used healthcare abbreviations. And here is another acronym to add to that list: ICSs, or integrated care systems.

Nursing Management. 29, 4, 13-15. doi: 10.7748/nm.29.4.13.s5

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