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Use of the nursing summary as a method of information transmission--continued nursing and feedback from the ward to the ambulatory nursing section



Use of the nursing summary as a method of information transmission--continued nursing and feedback from the ward to the ambulatory nursing section



Kangogaku Zasshi 48(6): 631-636




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