Improving Bedside Nurse Accuracy in Rhythm Interpretation Using Different Teaching Strategies
Rosemary Pine, PhD, Hospital Education and Clinical Development, Memorial Hermann-TMC, Houston, Texas, USA; Mary Margaret Evans, BSN, Hospital Education, Memorial Hermann The Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas, USA; Aurora Greene, MSN, Specialty Services, Memorial Hermann-The Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas, USA; Kimberly York, BSN, CCRN, Advanced Heart Failure, Memorial Hermann-TMC, Houston, Texas, USA
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