High 5 Program: Staff Recognition for Exceeding Expectations

M. F., McCann; J. M., Harden; C. K., Madigan; T. M., Rankin; V., Griffin
April 2008
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2, pe32
Academic Journal
An abstract of the study "High 5 Program: Staff Recognition for Exceeding Expectations," by M. F. McCann, J. M. Harden, C. K. Madigan, T. M. Rankin and V. Griffin is presented.


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