EB107: Nurses' End-of-Shift Report Process and Implementation of a Standardized Report Format Tool and Bedside Handoff

Triplett, Pamela; Schuveiller, Cindy
April 2011
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2011, Vol. 31 Issue 2, pe43
Academic Journal
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