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A J curve of interprofessional change: co-locating non-health partners in an oncology unit.

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Summary of "A J curve of interprofessional change: co-locating non-health partners in an oncology unit."

Internationally, clinicians face increased demand, pressure on resources and unmet patient needs. A community social support service was co-located within cancer clinics in Glasgow, Scotland to help address some of these needs.

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Name: British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing)
ISSN: 0966-0461
Pages: S10-S16

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