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Investigating the contribution of community nursing to anticipatory care

By Catriona Kennedy, Jean Harbison, A Jarvis, C Mahoney and L Veitch

Abstract

The aims of this proposal are to:\ud -Study one aspect of anticipatory care (promotion of self care and support) to investigate how it is understood and delivered in practice \ud -Articulate the nursing contribution to anticipatory care\ud -Identify skills and competences required\ud -Inform identification of potential outcome measure

Publisher: Health Services Research Programme, NHS Lothian
OAI identifier: oai:eresearch.qmu.ac.uk:862

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