An Onsite Self-Care Break to Decrease Stress and Promote a Culture of Wellness
Pamela C. Mulligan, BSN; Catherine Alvarez, MA, BS, RN, CNML, HNB-BC, PCCN -- Heart and Vascular Services, Yale New Haven Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
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