Community education and practice
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Community education and practice

Daniel Allen Clinical Correspondent, Nursing Standard

The United Kingdom Central Council has recently produced its proposals for the future of education and practice in the community. Daniel Allen reviews the main findings of the report

A 'positive blueprint for change' is how the United Kingdom Central Council described its report on the future of community nurse education and practice (1). The consultation period ends on February 1 1992 and by then a range of interested bodies, from community psychiatric nurses’ to school nurses’ to consumer organisations, will have read, digested and discussed its contents. But with care in the community set to expand, the report has implications beyond those already working there. So what are the issues, and how does the UKCC intend to resolve them?

Nursing Standard. 6, 11, 37-38. doi: 10.7748/ns.6.11.37.s36

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