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Automation of the health care system: implications for nursing. Part 1. Dangers to nursing practice in the automation of the health care system



Automation of the health care system: implications for nursing. Part 1. Dangers to nursing practice in the automation of the health care system



International Nursing Review 22(1): 28-31




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