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Improving Nursing Documentation in a

Computer-based Inpatient Hospital Setting

by

Dawn Gapko  RN, BSN

dawngapko@centurytel.net

 

References

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R. (1999).  Designing interdisciplinary documentation for the continuum of care.  Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 14(1), 1-10.

Griffiths, J. & Hutchings, W. (1999).  The wider implications of an audit of care plan

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