Doctors and Nurses: Allies or Adversaries?
This study examined the professional working relationship between doctors and nurses in a hospital setting.
- Main Topics/Subject Category
- Physicians, nurses, hospital, medical consultants, health service, medical profession, medical personnel, medical care, medical training, labour and employment
physicians, nurses, hospital, medical consultants, health service, medical profession, medical personnel, medical care, medical training, labour and employment.
- United Kingdom, health professionals, health services, hospital services, labour and employment, medical care, medical profession, medical specialists, medical training, nurses, physicians
- Identifier Variables
- Area of Health System
- Secondary care
- Data Available
- Risk behaviours, Socio-economic, Demographic
- Data collecting organization (s)
- Lancaster University and University of Leeds
- Data Type
- Survey (cross-sectional)
- Coverage (date of field work)
- 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990
- Unit of Analysis
- UK Data Archive, ESDS Qualidata, Wellcome Library for the History and Understanding of Medicine, Archives and Manuscripts, The Wellcome Trust, London , UK
- Conditions of Access
- Free registration access
- L. Mackay, et al. (eds) Interprofessional relations in healthcare, London: Edward Arnold, 1995