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  • 1.   A cutback too far

    This article discusses on this year's INO Annual Delegate Conference in Killarney

    World of Irish Nursing & Midwifery, Vol: 15 Page: 18-18 2007
    A. Keating

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  • 2.   Paediatric stoma care nursing in the UK and Ireland

    This article discusses paediatric stoma care nursing in the United Kingdom and Ireland

    British Journal of Nursing (BJN), Vol: 17 Page: S25-9 2008
    M. Waller

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  • 3.   Should hepatitis B vaccination be introduced into childhood immunisation programmes in northern Europe?

    This article discusses WHO recommended universal childhood hepatitis B vaccination - be implemented globally and the current adoption of an "at-risk" strategy in relation to Hepatitis B vaccination and other aspects of childhood immunisation programmes

    Lancet Infect Dis, Vol: 7 Page: 410-9 June 2007
    J. Zuckerman; J. van Hattum; M. Cafferkey; I. Gjorup; T. Hoel; M. L. Rummukainen; O. Weiland

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  • 4.   The effect of health status on patients' satisfaction with out-of-hours care provided by a family doctor co-operative

    The aim of this study was to examine whether health status has an influence on patient satisfaction with out-of-hours care provided by a family doctor co-operative

    Fam Pract, Vol: 21 Page: 677-83 December 2004
    L. G. Glynn; M. Byrne; J. Newell; A. W. Murphy

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