Industrial Districts : Principles in Practice

Boley, Robert E.

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Boley, Robert E.
DATE
1962
ISBN
9780874200447
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ENGLISH
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Boley, Robert E. is the author of 'Industrial Districts : Principles in Practice', published 1962 under ISBN 9780874200447 and ISBN 087420044X.

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Goldsmith J (2011) The NMC code: conduct, performance and ethics. Nursing Times; 107: 37, early online publication. The Code: Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics for Nurses and Midwives is a set of key principles that should underpin the practice of all nurses and midwives, and remind them of their professional responsibilities. It is not just a tool used in fitness-to-practise cases ... industrial district. The basic principles of this concept can also be applied on tourism, which was from the very beginning traditionally embedded in some regions and local communities (tourist ... District nursing shortages risk adding to pressures on other parts of the health and care system: other recent research by The King's Fund has found this is already having an impact on caseloads in general practice and social care. Being attached to general practice could also act as a barrier to public health as general practice in the UK follows a medical model approach to healthcare.(13) However, the role of the practice nurse is evolving in response to the GMS contract and the National Service Frameworks in achieving targets that include a health promotion focus. There are also professional implications, as the third ... • Provide a high standard of practice and care at all times. Be open and honest, act with integrity and uphold the reputation of their profession. Nurses and midwives are personally accountable for actions and omissions in their professional practice and must always be able to justify their decisions. They must always act lawfully, whether those laws relate to their professional practice or ... The Industrial Districts in Italy came about as part of a post-World War II develop-ment effort in war torn Italy, and grew to prominence in the post-recession years of the 1970s. However the origins of the industrial districts are often traced to the early writings of the economist, Alfred Marshall. In Marshall's, seminal work, Principles of ......