Increasing Nursing Students' Simulated Resuscitation Performance: A Standardized Simulation-Based Acute and Intensive Care Nursing Curriculum
Jie Chen, MNS, Department of Nursing, Wuhan University School of Health Sciences/University of Connecticut School of Nursing, Wuhan, China
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