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Leadership & Professional Development

Bringing an Inpatient Palliative Care Program to a Teaching Hospital: Lessons in Leadership

Clara Granda-Cameron
Mary Pat Lynch
David Mintzer
Dorothy Counts
Shailish Pinto
Margaret Crowley
ONF 2007, 34(4), 772-776 DOI: 10.1188/07.ONF.772-776
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