5 edition of Trends in nursing history found in the catalog.
Trends in nursing history
Elizabeth Marion Jamieson
|Statement||[by] Elizabeth M. Jamieson, Mary F. Sewall [and] Lucille S. Gjertson.|
|Contributions||Sewall, Mary F., joint author., Gjertson, Lucille S., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RT31 .J3 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||522|
|LC Control Number||59005969|
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____ 1. The act of developing a clean environment is a factor in providing effective health care as demonstrated by: A. Nightingale. B. Benner. C. Swanson. D. King. ____ 2.
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