Nursing Stories Journalists Fail to Cover

Chaisson, Jean
September 1999
Nieman Reports;Fall99, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p55
Reports on the questions that reporters should have asked from nurses regarding patients' death. Factors that affect access to nursing care; Benefits from professional nurses' care.


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