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Writing a business case - Rupert Allen's tips for success

Within this presentation from the Nutricia Annual Congress 2022, Rupert Allen discusses how to develop business cases to create new roles within the dietetic department.
Presentation overview: 
  • Experience in developing business cases
  • Where to start and what to identify
  • The challenges & what has worked well
  • Hints and tips


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