Career Progression Model Recognizes Professional Development

Petterson, Marilyn
April 2004
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2004, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p120
Academic Journal
Provides information on the Nursing Clinical Career Progression Model being adopted at the Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. Concept of the program; Objectives of the program; Remarks from Pamela Klauer Triolo, chief nursing executive and senior vice president at Methodist, about the program.


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