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Standardizing the Language of Public Health Nursing:

Integrating the Nursing Interventions Classification System (NIC)

 and the Core Public Health Functions  

Mary Lober Aquilino, PhD, RN, FNP  mary-aquilino@uiowa.edu

Eleanor McClelland, PhD, MPH, RN

Mary Tarbox, EdD, RN

 

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