Scotland's vision for general practice nursing

Kennedy, Susan
October 2012
Practice Nursing;Oct2012, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p518
Academic Journal
The article focuses on NHS Education for Scotland (NES) a national education and training body with a mission to provide educational solutions that support excellence in health care, training and learning. It suggests the impotance to work closely with other NHS boards and higher education institutions for effectiveness of NES. Further discussing nursing practice in Scotland, it concludes with exploration of peer interviews to support personal learning plans and writing education standards.


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