In good hands.
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'In Good Hands' complements two earlier films 'People Like Us', about the work of psychiatric nurses, and 'No Good Just Feeling Sorry', about nursing people with mental disabilities. The film was shot at two hospitals and a school of nursing in Sussex and shows how registered general nurses (RGNs) are trained both in the lecture room and in the hospital.
UK : Central Office of Information, 1984.
1 videocassette (VHS) (18 min.) : 1 DVD (18 min.) : sound, color, PAL. sound, color
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Produced by the Central Office of Information for the Department of Health and Social Security. Camera by John Rosenberg, Steve Harrison and Chris O'Dell, sound by Chris Moore, assistant director Michael Hook, edited by David Gasson, directed by Shaun Gordon and produced by Lindsay Knight. Made by Holmes Associates. Presented by Pamela Armstrong.