Nurse coordinator and in-home nursing care services.

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Summary of "Nurse coordinator and in-home nursing care services."

Three nurse coordinators in the Bouches-du-Rhône share their experience and involvement in the in-home nursing care service and the multidisciplinary in-home care and assistance service.


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Name: Revue de l'infirmiere
ISSN: 1293-8505
Pages: 21-22


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