Collaborative Nursing Practice in the Neurosciences Critical Care Unit
Neurocritcial care is best delivered with a collaborative, organized, and efficient model of care Utilizing a combination of nursing roles offers a unique opportunity to provide the most comprehensive care to this specialized population.
KeywordsCollaboration Roles Functions Continual communication
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