Disease management: A perfect fit for public health nurses, workers

Tsou, Walter
August 2005
Nation's Health;Aug2005, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p3
Comments on the implications of disease management programs for public health nurses and workers in the U.S. Development of disease management outside public health; Services that public health professionals can conduct in communities; Significance of public health workers in disease management.


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