Leadership & Professional Development

Blending Nursing Roles in Oncology and Imaging: An Innovative Strategy

Theresa M. Hoelz

Mary L. Sladek

Patricia L. Michaelson

nurse role, oncology nurses, magnetic resonance imaging
ONF 2007, 34(1), 27-31. DOI: 10.1188/07.ONF.27-31

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