Changing for the Better? (BBC News)


Thousands of people across the NHS are pledging to try something different to improve care, as their contribution to NHS Change Day.

NHS Change Day is about breaking down traditional barriers and recognising that everyone who works in, uses or cares about the NHS has the power to make a difference”.

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Thousands pledge to ‘do something different’ for NHS. London: BBC Health News, March 3rd 2014.

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1 Response to Changing for the Better? (BBC News)

  1. Pauline Hardinges says:

    I feel a step in the right direction would be if some GPs and nursing staff could spend a day hands on looking after patients with the later stage dementia in nursing homes.

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