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|Title:||Nursing workload in UK tertiary neonatal units.|
Ward Platt MP
|Citation:||ARCH DIS CHILD, 2008, 93 (12), pp. 1059-1064|
|Abstract:||Neonatal intensive care requires adequate numbers of trained neonatal nurses to provide safe, effective care, but existing research into the relationship between nurse numbers and the care needs of babies is over 10 years old. Since then, the preterm population and treatment practices have changed considerably.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Health Sciences|
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