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Patient assessment: An important step in planning the patient journey

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The challenges of maintaining quality and evidence-based practice: Nurse leaders’ role in the emergence of nursing informatics

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Human papillomaviruses and the impact of prophylactic vaccines on Public Health in the Middle East

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Impact of international healthcare costs on hospitals in developing countries

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