Nurses' Commitment and Motivation to Improved Personal Health: The Role of Hospital Administration
Carey Marie Phelan, BA
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Phelan, Carey MarieThe rapidly emerging crisis of antibiotic resistance has created a prodigious global health threat. To address this crisis, an Antimicrobial Stewardship Program was designed and implemented. Through various interventions, ...
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