FOCUS ON: SN Development Programme--Update part 1

White, Sharon
March 2012
British Journal of School Nursing;Mar2012, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p99
Academic Journal
The article offers the author's insights on the School Nurse Development Programme (SNDP) by the Great Britain Department of Health (DH). The author says that health improvement of young people and children in school years through the help from school nurses is the aim of the SNDP. She mentions that she and her colleague join professional organisations and pathway groups to contribute to the plan as representatives of the School and Public Health Nurses Association (SAPHNA).


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