Canadian nursing: issues and perspectives
CANADIAN NURSING: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES examines the issues and trends affecting contemporary Canadian nursing today. It features a strong historical base and presents current issues from an historical perspective. Content new to this edition includes coverage of research utilization, the shift to a community-oriented mode of care and case management.
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The Transition to Modern
Professionalization in Canadian Nursing
The Role of the Canadian Nurses Association in the Development
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