Time to end inaccurate perceptions of general practice nursing
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Time to end inaccurate perceptions of general practice nursing

Ellen Nicholson @EllzSummary National safety and learning lead, general practice, NHS resolution and chair, RCN general practice forum

The NHS is facing some of the most severe pressures it has seen in its 70-year history. The multifactorial and increasing demands (ageing society, long-term illness, deprivation and high demand) have contributed to general practice experiencing significant and growing strain.

Primary Health Care. 32, 1, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/phc.32.1.5.s1

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