Agile Scrum Methodology: implementation by the nurse in an educational game on safe medication management.

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Summary of "Agile Scrum Methodology: implementation by the nurse in an educational game on safe medication management."

To demonstrate the role of nurses as project managers in the planning and development phases of an educational game about safe medication management for nursing technicians.


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Name: Revista gaucha de enfermagem
ISSN: 1983-1447
Pages: e20180302


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