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The impact of national minimum standards on care homes

The impact of national minimum standards on care homes

Professional Nurse 17(8): 480-483

Nursing and residential homes have escaped the numerous reorganisations and initiatives introduced to the NHS in recent years. However, this month new legislation is introduced that will dramatically change the way care is delivered and inspected. This paper describes how the new Care Standards Act will affect the lives of staff and residents in care homes.

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