October 1985
RN;Oct85, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p73
Academic Journal
Addresses questions about the nursing profession. Motivation of an apathetic staff; Information on the way nurse-managers must dress up; Implications of giving medication to patients while they are asleep.


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