London expects education to be the center of care

May 2007
Patient Education Management;May2007, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p52
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the efforts of nurse Fran London, health education specialist at Phoenix Children's Hospital in Arizona, to develop teaching materials to educate the families of children admitted to the facility.


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