Impact of Technology on Nurse-Patient Interactions: A Skill-Based Method for Improvement
Cynthia H. Mullinax, DNP, RN, Registered Nurse Education Department, Gadsden State Community College, Gadsden, Alabama, USA
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Technology at the Bedside
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