Reducing poverty in the UK: an important role for nurses
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Reducing poverty in the UK: an important role for nurses

Michael Morgan Senior lecturer, Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Thames Valley University, Slough

This article discusses poverty in the UK and its relevance to nurses. It explores the contribution that nurses in primary and secondary care can make to alleviate some of the aspects of poverty as encountered in professional practice in the UK.

Nursing Standard. 22, 7, 35-39. doi: 10.7748/ns2007.10.22.7.35.c4623

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michael.morgan@tvu.ac.uk

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