The RN Forum

Brown, Kay Lee; Kolb, Diane; Mendel, Aimee Harris; Moulton, Jeanne; Grossman, Shirley; Thompkins, T.; Teague, Elda; Jackson, Jim; Lundstrom, Martha E.
June 1982
RN;Jun82, Vol. 45 Issue 6, p7
Academic Journal
Presents commentaries on several articles related to the nursing profession. Move of hospitals to lay off nurses; Comments on a nurse's guide to the care and handling of physicians; Gender issue in nursing.


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