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An evaluation of the impact of introducing a new model for recognising and responding to early signs of deterioration in patients at the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust

By D. Bainbridge, D. Adsetts, K. Bray, A. Mcdonnell, A. Tod and Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
Publisher: Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
OAI identifier: oai:shura.shu.ac.uk:2609

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