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Review: Public Health Nurses' Roles and Competencies in Disaster

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Patient Safety and Quality: An Evidence-Based Handbook for Nurses

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Nursing Leadership in Disaster Preparedness and Response

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Changes Facing the Nurse Workforce in a Changing Environment

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the role, preparedness and management of nurses during disasters

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The Effectiveness and Efficiency of Providing Homecare Visits in

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The Future of Emergency Medicine Public Health Research

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Public Health Interventions - Applications for Public Health Nursing

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Legal and Operational Guide for Free Medical Clinics

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Analysis of Texas Nurses' Preparedness and Perceived

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A nurse-managed population based heart failure clinic: sustaining

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The Value of Nursing Care Coordination

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Nursing: Scope and Standards of Practice

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School Nurses: It's Not Just Bandages Anymore!

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The Role of the Occupational Health Nurse in Workplace Health

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Advancing Clean Air, Climate, & Health, Opportunities for Nurses

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