Neuroscience nursing: what lies ahead?

Woodward, Sue
December 2016
British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing;Dec2016/Jan2017, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p265
Academic Journal
The author offers outlook on the future of neuroscience nursing including potential advances in medical treatment and the need for skilled and competent neuroscience nurses.


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