Whistle Blowing and Ethics in Health and Social Care
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Whistle Blowing and Ethics in Health and Social Care

Ailsa McMillan Lecturer in division of nursing, School of Health Sciences at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Accessible in language style and presentation, this book’s nine chapters are sub-divided to ensure readers can access what they are looking for before being led to other sections.

Nursing Management. 24, 7, 19-19. doi: 10.7748/nm.24.7.19.s20

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