Osteoarthritis: Setting Nursing's Agenda.

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Summary of "Osteoarthritis: Setting Nursing's Agenda."

In July, a 'state of the science' symposium made recommendations on nurses' role in prevention and management.


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Name: The American journal of nursing
ISSN: 1538-7488
Pages: 19-20


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