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Ward staffing. Safety in numbers.
Health Serv J. 2002 Apr 25; 112(5802):24-5.HS

Abstract

A model for reviewing ward staffing and quality of care in a district general hospital has led to extra nurses being appointed. The review found correlation between low staffing and a high number of clinical incidents. The results have led to changes in practice and action to tackle sickness absence.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Bedford Hospital.No affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

12004496

Citation

Rapson, Caroline, and Julie Halliday. "Ward Staffing. Safety in Numbers." The Health Service Journal, vol. 112, no. 5802, 2002, pp. 24-5.
Rapson C, Halliday J. Ward staffing. Safety in numbers. Health Serv J. 2002;112(5802):24-5.
Rapson, C., & Halliday, J. (2002). Ward staffing. Safety in numbers. The Health Service Journal, 112(5802), 24-5.
Rapson C, Halliday J. Ward Staffing. Safety in Numbers. Health Serv J. 2002 Apr 25;112(5802):24-5. PubMed PMID: 12004496.
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