Standard bearers

Field, Rosemary
June 2008
Nursing Standard;6/4/2008, Vol. 22 Issue 39, p64
Trade Publication
The article provides some advices and comprehensive assessment of the performance of doctors and dentists in Great Britain. The National Clinical Assessment Service's (NCAS) primary function is to support employers in managing concerns about the performance of doctors and dentists. NCAS strives to resolve any concerns and, wherever possible, to restore practitioners to safe practice. INSET: National Clinical Assessment Service.


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