Alspach, Grif
April 2006
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2006, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p10
Academic Journal
Comments on the characteristics of the Synergy Model to preceptorship proposed by the American Association for Critical-Care Nurses. Basic assumptions underlying the Synergy Model; Concept of the Synergy Model of patient care.


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