Family health care nursing: theory, practice, and research
Shirley M. H. Hanson, Sheryl Thalman Boyd
F.A. Davis, Jun 15, 1996 - Medical - 421 pages
This unique new textbook explores the theory, practice, and implications for treating the family as a client across a variety of practice settings and within the specialties in which nurses practice. Illustrated.
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