Making the NHS develop a culture of openness

Glasper, Alan
March 2013
British Journal of Nursing;3/28/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p346
Academic Journal
In this article the author reflects on reaction which has been voiced in 2013 by the British government regarding an inquiry and report which British attorney Robert Francis conducted into cases of patient abuse at the Mid Staffordshire Foundation National Health Service Trust. In the article the author offers his opinions on the report, on the government's response to the report and on plans which have been proposed to improve Great Britain's National Health Service.


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