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Patient safety: take the informatics challenge



Patient safety: take the informatics challenge



Nursing Management 34(4): 48-51



To provide safe, efficient patient care, keep pace with the ever-evolving world of nursing informatics.

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PMID: 12671410

DOI: 10.1097/00006247-200304000-00014


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