Overseas nurses' experience as support workers in the UK

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Peter Stuart explores the experiences of international nurses, working as support workers in the independent sector, of culture, racism, coping with reactions and understanding dementia
Original languageEnglish
Pages660-663
Number of pages3
Volume14
No.12
Specialist publicationNursing & Residential Care
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 16 Aug 2013

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