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Leading and managing a multidisciplinary team in health and social care: a critical and personal reflection

Accountability in nursing leadership and management refers to the willingness of nurses to accept responsibility for their actions (Harrison, 2018). Accountability is a key principle of nursing and...

Advanced non-medical roles within surgery and their engagement with assistive health technologies

The origins of the SCP role date back to 1989, when a nurse from Oxford travelled to the USA for a 6-month period to observe and undertake training, similar to that of a physician assistant (Holmes,...

The role of the nurse in supporting cancer clinical trials

The success of clinical trials is dependent on patient awareness (Fern et al, 2014), which in turn is dependent on health professionals, particularly nurses, raising patients' awareness of clinical...

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