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Title: Critical care nurses as dual agents : enhancing inter-professional collaboration or hindering advocacy?
Authors: Trapani, Josef
Keywords: Critical care medicine
Interprofessional education
Intensive care nursing
Patient advocacy
Nurse practitioners
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: British Association of Critical Care Nurses
Citation: Trapani, J. (2014). Critical care nurses as dual agents: enhancing interā€professional collaboration or hindering patient advocacy?. Nursing in Critical Care, 19(5), 219-221.
Abstract: Guest editorial published in Nursing in Critical Care Journal, Volume 19, Issue 5, September 2014, Pages 219-221.
Description: The study was conducted as part of a doctoral programme at the University of Brighton and was supervised by Professor Julie Scholes and Dr Maria Cassar.
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