Nurse-led primary healthcare walk-in centres: an integrative literature review
Aims. This paper is a report of an integrative review of the international literature examining established nurse-led primary healthcare walk-in centres and their outcomes to understand whether they are effective in improving access to primary health care. Background. Reviews of nurse-led primary care walk-in centres have included centres staffed by family physicians and general practitioners. There is a paucity of evidence about walk-in centres staffed solely by nurses. Data sources. Studies...[Show more]
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