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Out of Necessity: Oncology Nurses' Experiences Integrating the Internet Into Practice

Suzanne S. Dickerson
Marcia Boehmke
Carolann Ogle
Jean K. Brown
ONF 2005, 32(2), 355-362 DOI: 10.1188/05.ONF.355-362

Purpose/Objectives: To understand the experiences of oncology nurses who use the Internet in their practice when their patients use the Internet for cancer care.

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