Need for 'massive increase' in school nurses raised during select committee session

Liversedge, Hannah
July 2011
British Journal of School Nursing;Jul2011, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p266
Academic Journal
Information on several topics discussed at an education committee evidence session on June 22, 2011 on the importance of school nursing services in Great Britian is presented. Topics include the health visiting and school readiness, and the importance of communication between health visitors and school nurses. The session featured several officials in the health services industry including Nicola Amies, Sharon White, and Anne Page.


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