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Nurses ‘carers, not ninjas’



Nurses ‘carers, not ninjas’



Nursing Standard 1987) 14(49): 6-6



NlmCategory="UNASSIGNED">NURSES SHOULD not consider themselves cowardly for leaving the room when confronted by seriously violent patients or their relatives, a conflict management expert told the conference.

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