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Who should care for people with bleeding disorders?


An integrated model of specialised-delivered care is widely accepted as the standard of care for people with haemophilia in the UK. Assessment of available evidence on patient outcomes confirms this approach. But leading the specialist care for this group of patients does not require a medical qualification. Specialist nursing is well established within the haemophilia service and offers perhaps the greatest resource as health services cope with cost constraints on the specialist provision of services.

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Volume Open
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Medicine, Basic Medical Science, other, Clinical Medicine, Pharmacy, Pharmacology