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  • 11 Jul 2014

    Nurses employed by GPs

    Publication Code : 004583 ISBN : 9781910066331

    Guidance developed to provide all nursing staff, practice managers, GPs and other stakeholders with a framework to support nurses employed in general practice. Includes information and links to the essential elements of good employment practice.

  • 11 Feb 2014

    Malnutrition

    Publication Code : 003032 ISBN : 9781910066195

    This publication is being reviewed in 2017. Updated publication looks at the possible causes of malnutrition in children, how to recognise major or minor problems that may be related to poor nutrition and what steps should be taken. Aimed at all nurses working in GP practices, outpatient departments, hospitals, hospices, respite services, health centres and schools, and has been supported by an educational grant from Abbott Nutrition.

  • 17 Jan 2014

    Getting it right for young people in your practice

    Publication Code : 004509 ISBN : 9781910066287

    This publication is being reviewed in 2017. Leaflet produced in conjunction with the Royal College of General Practitioners and provides guidance on how to make your practice more teenage friendly so as to encourage teenagers to seek advice on sexual health as well as other issues.

  • 15 Mar 2010

    Practice nurses in 2009

    Publication Code : 003583 ISBN : 9781906633370

    Report providing a summary of employment related statistics as they pertain to practice nurses, comparing results for this group with all nurses using the 2009 employment survey and where possible, with those for 2003 the last year when the sample size was large enough to allow reliable analysis of the practice nurse sub-group.

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