A profile of learning disability nurses.

Abstract

Profiling exercises provide vital data for effective and efficient deployment of resources and for monitoring the development of services. A survey, focusing solely on community nurses for people with learning disabilities in Northern Ireland, was carried out in 1992. The findings showed, among other things, a higher caseload per nurse than the UK average. While more than half the workforce had multiple qualifications there was a lack of clinical specialist training.

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@article{Barr1994APO, title={A profile of learning disability nurses.}, author={Owen G Barr and Kader Parahoo}, journal={Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987)}, year={1994}, volume={8 42}, pages={35-9} }