1998 article discussing: \"Administration of medicines in school: who is responsible?\"

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[b]Education and debate
Administration of medicines in school: who is responsible?[/b]

May 23 1998
~M J Bannon, consultant paediatrician, (a) E M Ross, professor of community paediatrics. (b)

(a) Paediatric Directorate, Northwick Park and St Mark's NHS Trust, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow HA1 3UJ, (b) King's College London, Mary Sheridan Centre, London SE11 4QW

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Can't tell for sure, but is this representative of the U.K.?

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