Arndt, Kenley
June 1999
Australian Nursing Journal;Jun99, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p25
Discusses the perioperative graduate nurse programs in Australia. Time frame of the programs; Goals and objectives of the programs; Employment of nurses who attended a perioperative graduate nurse program.


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