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Talking About Health and Wellness with Patients: Integrating Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Into Your Practice

@inproceedings{Jonas2000TalkingAH,
  title={Talking About Health and Wellness with Patients: Integrating Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Into Your Practice},
  author={S. Jonas},
  year={2000}
}
Steven Jonas; Springer Publishing Company, Inc; softcover; ISBN 0-8261-1338-0; 2000; 160 pages; $38.95. Talking About Health and Wellness with Patients: Integrating Health Promotion and Disease Prevention into Your Practice teaches the science of health care in clear and precise methods. Taking blood pressure is broken down into steps, taught to the students, evaluated by return demonstration, and reinforced by repetition of the skill. The art of health care is not easily taught or learned… Expand

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