A council of nurses
Release Date: 05/04/2018
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This piece begins with the question, what does Enhanced Recovery mean to you?
Here we go for a ground up approach via a 'council of nurses'. Can a 'roundtable' sometimes work better than the traditional hierarchical power structure?
Desiree Chappell interviews Dr Ruchir Gupta medical lead for enhanced recovery at Stony Brook University.
Taken from a longer conversation to be found here: http://www.topmedtalk.com/what-does-enhanced-recovery-mean-to-you/
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