Nurses play 'pivotal' role in COPD

October 2003
British Journal of Nursing;10/9/2003, Vol. 12 Issue 18, p1062
Academic Journal
Reports on the launch of the survey 'Lost and Found: Releasing Lives in COPD' at the British Thoracic Society's COPD Consortium. View expressed by nurse member Rachel Booker that nurses in primary and secondary care are in a pivotal position to understand how chronic obstructive disease affects patients' lives.


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