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Article in Australian Journal of Rural Health 10(4):188-195 · January 2002
This study examines the impact of travelling for treatment on cancer patients and their families. Twenty-eight consecutive cancer patients, who were receiving radiation therapy treatment and 19 family carers, completed a structured needs assessment questionnaire and an in-depth interview. Both...
The overarching purpose of these guidelines is to promote the safety and protection of service users and others in the event of a service user going missing or Absent Without Leave (AWOL). The guidelines provide a framework for all staff when it is determined that a service user is absent without...
Healthcare associated infections are infections that someone has developed,as a direct result of receiving healthcare.Occasionally, carers or others providing healthcare may develop HCAIs.
This leaflet is for BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) Carers. Carers can be people of all ages including children, young people, parents, older people. There is a cut off slip for BME Carers to fill in with their details. This information can then be sent to the Carer Worker in their local Trust....
Information for patients being screened for Carbapenemase Producing Enterobacteriaceae/Carbapenemase Producing Organism (CPE/CPO)
Local and national policy increasingly emphasises the central role of service users and the public in shaping Health and Social Care (HSC). This is the second edition of the HSC R...
Information for patients and visitors on C. difficile infection and how to help prevent the spread of infection.Accessible formatsThe below document is available as a pdf and in accessible formats. Accessible formats are alternatives to printed information, used by people who are blind or visually...
Information for patients and visitors on MDR bacteria and how to help prevent the spread of infection.Accessible formatsThe below document is available as a pdf and in accessible formats.�Accessible formats are alternatives to printed information, used by people who are blind or visually impaired....
Information for patients and visitors on extended spectrum beta lactamase (ESBL) resistant bacteria and how to help prevent the spread of infection.Accessible formatsThe below document is available as a pdf and in accessible formats. Accessible formats are alternatives to printed information, used...

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