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Interprofessional education: shared learning for collaborative, high-quality care

Working together for patients is a core NHS value (Department of Health, 2015), and the public expects to receive high quality care from a well-trained, cohesive workforce Landmark reports (Laming,...

Being ‘with woman’ in contemporary midwifery practice: One Trust's response to the Francis report

While the report of the inquiry into the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust (Francis, 2013) largely focused on the failings in the nursing and medical professions, it was also a reminder to the...

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