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'This excellent book provides a useful toolkit to nurses, midwives and health visitors... Above all it interprets policy in its relevance to practice, placing practice firmly at the heart of modern nursing.' - Extract from the Foreword by Sarah Mullally - Chief Nursing Officer/Director of Nursing

'The book seems to be a very timely piece of work introducing and reflecting upon many aspects of the current political agenda challenging nursing and the National Health Service. As each chapter develops from a theory base to demonstration through examples in current practice, the reader can build a picture of how to negotiate local practice change in their own clinical area. I have not seen any other books currently taking the agenda set out in this book.' - Kevin Purvis, Director of Nursing, St George's Hospital National Health Service Trust, London

About the Author

VERONICA BISHOP is Editor of NT Research and Professor of Nursing at the Mary Seacole Research Centre, De Montfort University, Leicester.

IRENE SCOTT is Regional Director of Nursing and Education at the NHS Executive West Midlands.

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