Quality of care by neonatal nurse practitioners: a review of the Ashington experiment

D Hall, A R Wilkinson
Archives of Disease in Childhood. Fetal and Neonatal Edition 2005, 90 (3): F195-200
The Ashington experiment, an innovative neonatal service run entirely by advanced neonatal nurse practitioners (ANNPs), has been evaluated. This is a report of that evaluation and a review of the benefits, hazards, and implications of nurse practitioner led services.

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