What Makes Pediatric Nursing So Special?

Freeg, Veronica D.
September 1999
Pediatric Nursing;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p468
Academic Journal
Emphasizes the essence of pediatric nursing. Inclusion of specialty education in pediatric nursing; Knowledge needed by nurses who care for children; Findings of the National Association for Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions; Nursing required by children; Job of pediatric nurses.


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