Savvy students help promote health worldwide

January 2010
American Nurse;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
The article reports on the capability of the informatics-savvy student body of Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing's (JHUSON) to help the student's exchange of health information worldwide in the U.S.


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