Children and Young People’s Nursing: a Philosophy of Care. RCN guidance for nursing staff

Published: 19/01/2021
Publication code: 009 433
Children and young people’s nursing practice is underpinned by beliefs that are based upon the nature of the child or young person, and their status and rights within both the family and society. This updated publication highlights the importance of these beliefs in the practice of all practitioners involved in strategic, professional and service developments for infants, children and young people.

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