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We have a copy of this book to give away
Understanding Patient Safety, Second edition, is the essential book for anyone seeking to learn the core clinical, organisational and systems issues of patient safety. Written in an engaging and accessible style by one of the world's leading authorities on patient safety and quality, Understanding Patient Safety is filled with valuable cases and analysis, as well as tables, graphics, references and tools.
This classic reference is designed to make the patient safety field understandable to nursing students, and to be the go-to book for experienced clinicians and non-clinicians alike.
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For your chance to win, simply fill in the form below by December 6 2012.
The draw will take place on December 7 2012. Winners will be notified by email or post and a list will be published at www.emergencynurse.co.uk
Terms and conditions: only one entry per reader. The prize is as stated and no cash alternative will be offered. The judge's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.