Number of school nurses drops as health problems rise

September 2015
Nursing Children & Young People;Sep2015, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p6
Academic Journal
The article reports on the Royal College of Nursing's warning as of September 2015 that reveals the health crisis among children and young people brought by a lack of investment in school nursing.


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