What would be in a letter to The Nursing Times describing a controversial decision, with specific examples of when different treatments are offered in different Primary Care Trust regions of the UK...

What would be in a letter to The Nursing Times describing a controversial decision, with specific examples of when different treatments are offered in different Primary Care Trust regions of the UK or of where a drug has been denied to a patient due to their geographical area in the UK?

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Karyth Cara | College Teacher | (Level 1) Senior Educator

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The Nursing Times (NursingTimes.net) is a sophisticated publication that advocates for ethical responsibility in medical care. Any letter you send to them about any controversial issue must be well thought out, extremely well written in excellent Standard English, and well supported with sound background information and pertinent case study information that clearly illustrates the complaint you are voicing. One Guardian article, that might provide case study and background information reports that drugs are being denied to patients in England and Wales in order to save money.

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