Enlisting Patient and Family Advisers in the Design of Clinical Pathways.

@article{Smith2017EnlistingPA,
  title={Enlisting Patient and Family Advisers in the Design of Clinical Pathways.},
  author={Shawn Smith},
  journal={Journal of Healthcare Management},
  year={2017}
}
  • Shawn Smith
  • Published 1 May 2017
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Healthcare Management
Enlisting Patient and Family Advisers in the Design of Clinical Pathways Shawn Smith; Journal of Healthcare Management 

Effect of Using Clinical Pathway on Nursing Care For Neonates with Sepsis

Implementation of the clinical pathway improved nurses' knowledge and practice that reflecting obvious improvement in clinical outcomes of neonates with sepsis.

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