Assessing the discharge instructing in the emergency department: Patient perspective.

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Summary of "Assessing the discharge instructing in the emergency department: Patient perspective."

The objective of the study is to assess how well the emergency department (ED) personnel succeed in instructing the patient at discharge.


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Name: International emergency nursing
ISSN: 1878-013X


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