DICHIARAZIONE DI BRISBANE - IL NURSING DI AREA CRITICA CULTURALMENTE COMPETENTE

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Pubblicato: 24 gennaio 2018
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L’obiettivo del Gruppo di Lavoro della Federazione
Mondiale degli Infermieri di Area Critica
(WFCCN) era quello di redigere un Documento
di Posizione condiviso a livello internazionale e
contenente raccomandazioni per l’erogazione
di un’assistenza culturalmente competente al
paziente critico, in tutto il mondo.

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., E. (2018). DICHIARAZIONE DI BRISBANE - IL NURSING DI AREA CRITICA CULTURALMENTE COMPETENTE. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 34(4), 27–33. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2017.124