Why we need action on community nursing’s patient safety red flags
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Why we need action on community nursing’s patient safety red flags

Julie Sylvester @RCNi_Julie Editor, Primary Health Care

Could 2024 be the year when the concerns of nurses working across community, primary care and public health settings start to see some serious recognition and even action? Our online article Patient safety red flags: is unsafe care being normalised? (rcni.com/unsafe-care) highlights the red flag issues to keep an eye on across the health spectrum.

Primary Health Care. 34, 1, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/phc.34.1.5.s1

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