Trauma nursing development in England: insight from South Africa.

  title={Trauma nursing development in England: insight from South Africa.},
  author={Donna Barleycorn},
  journal={International emergency nursing},
  volume={21 3},
National data found that patients with major trauma receive inadequate care. The effectiveness of regional trauma networks in improving mortality and outcomes for patients presenting with major trauma has been recognised and being established. In parallel, it is recognised that trauma training for nurses must be further developed. An observational study tour to South Africa trauma units, to document trauma practice was sponsored by the Florence Nightingale Foundation and General Nursing Council… CONTINUE READING
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