Toward optimum use of oncology nurse practitioners in the community cancer care setting an alberta clinic ’ s approach

@inproceedings{Rawson2016TowardOU,
  title={Toward optimum use of oncology nurse practitioners in the community cancer care setting an alberta clinic ’ s approach},
  author={Krista Rawson and Jennifer King BScN and Amanda Kinney and Gayle A. Knapik and Brenda Hubley and Malcolm Brigden},
  year={2016}
}
Krista Rawson, RN, BScN, MN, NP, is nurse practitioner with CancerControl Alberta Health Services and currently works as the Senior Practice Consultant for Advanced Practice Nursing. Her NP practice has been both at tertiary urban centres and in community oncology. She is a past recipient of the Award of excellence in Nursing Clinical Practice from the Canadian Association of Nurses in Oncology. email: Krista.rawson@AHS.ca. 

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