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The National Standards of Nursing and Midwifery Care Practice

Ministry of Health; Anguilla Country Resources General Health Service Standards Anguilla July 2012 Guidelines needs assessment, quality care, service standards

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The National Standards of Nursing and Midwifery Care Practice describes the elements, standards, and indicators that constitute a competent level of nursing care. The levels of care are demonstrated through the nursing process (assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation), which is the foundation of clinical decision making, and includes all significant actions taken by nurses in providing care to clients.The goal of nursing and midwifery in Anguilla is the development and provision of quality nursing and midwifery care for the people of Anguilla utilizing the primary health care approach and established standards of nursing and midwifery practice.

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