Case Study: Using Innovative Curriculum Design and Interdisciplinary, International Collaboration to Develop a Nurse Practitioner Leader to Impact Global Health Outcomes
Davis, Sandra L., PhD, DPM, ACNP-BC; Mills, Ellen M., PhD, ANP; Schade, Diane, BSN, RN
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