Family partnerships key to family-centered care model

January 2007
Patient Education Management;Jan2007, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p3
Academic Journal
The article discusses the role being played by the partnership of health care professionals and patients and their family members in the delivery of family-centered medical care.


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