Secretary's Commission on Nursing: Support studies & background information
Department of Health & Human Services, 1988 - Nurses
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Page I-2 - Division of Nursing, Bureau of Health Professions, Health Resources and Services Administration, US Department of Health and Human Services, September 2001). 9. LH Aiken et al., "Nurses' Reports on Hospital Care in Five Countries," Health Affairs (May/June 2001): 43-53.
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Page 24 - ... (Including the developing and evaluating of new health careers, interdisciplinary approaches and career advancement opportunities), and shall carry out a major program for the recruitment, training, and employment of veterans with medical military occupation specialties as physician...