NHS boss stepping down welcomed by Unite

June 2013
Operating Theatre Journal;Jun2013, Issue 273, p4
Academic Journal
The article announces that David Nicholson will resign from the post of chief executive officer (CEO) at National Health Service of Great Britain.


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