Progressive Care Opportunities

February 2007
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2007 Supplement, Vol. 27, p20
Academic Journal
The article examines the opportunities posed by progressive care as an emerging specialty in nursing. The evolution of the specialty of critical care nursing goes along with the evolution of managed care. The opportunities for professionals include the chance to practice in a critical care setting while providing the time they need to enhance their skills.


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