Leadership & Professional Development

An Interdepartmental Team Approach to Develop, Implement, and Sustain an Oncology Nursing Orientation Program

Nancy S. Kuhrik

Linda Laub

Marilee Kuhrik

Kathy Atwater

interprofessional approach, multidisciplinary
ONF 2011, 38(2), 115-118. DOI: 10.1188/11.ONF.115-118

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