Nursing Staff Development: Strategies for Success
Roberta Straessle Abruzzese
Mosby, 1996 - Medical - 364 pages
NURSING STAFF DEVELOPMENT is a concise, practical text and reference that discusses the conceptual foundations of staff development, assesses the current status of the field, and provides information useful for designing, conducting and managing staff development programs. This edition reflects new trends in health care reorganization and resulting changes needed in staff development. It also provides expanded coverage of the certification process.
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