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DRENNAN, V. and WILLIAMS, G., 2001. An assessment of dual-role primary care nurses in the inner city. British Journal of Community Nursing, 6 (7), pp. 336-341. ISSN 1462-4753

WILLIAMS, G. and DRENNAN, V., 2000. Double duty nurses may be more stressed but they are more satisfied than health visitors and district nurses [poster presentation]. In: West London Research Network's 3rd Annual Conference, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, 2000, Harrow.

DRENNAN, V. and WILLIAMS, G., 2000. Double duty primary care nurses in the inner city: an evaluation: full report. Final report to West London Research Network (WeLReN) and to North Central Thames Research Network (NoCTen). London: UCL, Parkside Health NHS Trust and Camden & Islington NHS Trust.

WILLIAMS, G. and DRENNAN, V., 2000. Report of the stress and teamwork studies: double duty primary care nurses in the inner city: an evaluation. Report to West London Research Network (WeLReN) and to North Central Thames Research Network (NoCTen). London: UCL, Parkside Health NHS Trust and Camden & Islington NHS Trust.

WILLIAMS, G. and DRENNAN, V., 1999. How can 'dual duty' primary care nurses (health visiting and district nursing) affect stress levels in the primary health care team? [poster presentation]. In: UK Federation of Primary Care Research Networks' 2nd Annual Conference, London, 14-15 October 1999, London.

WILLIAMS, G. and DRENNAN, V., 1999. Team working in primary health care: the influence of 'dual duty' primary care nurses (health visiting and district nursing) on team functioning. In: UK Federation of Primary Care Research Networks' 2nd Annual Conference, London, 14-15 October 1999, London.

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