Comparing the Level of Comprehension of Diabetes Education Materials Between Five Electronic Health Records
Rachel A. Ortega, BSN; Erin A. Orzechowski, BSN; Ashley M. Rogier, BSN; Kori M. Pfeiffer, BSN; Robert V. Topp, PhD; Deloris M. Lakia, DNP -- College of Nursing, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA
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