How to maintain the dignity and privacy of a patient following their death
Guidance on the practical procedures that nurses need to follow to prepare a body after death
A nurse’s first experience of death in a professional context is often profound and can linger for a long time in the memory.
Primary Health Care.
32, 4, 9-11.
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