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Non-direct patient care factors influencing nursing workload: a review of the literature

Bibliographic reference Myny, Dries ; Van Goubergen, Dirk ; Gobert, Micheline ; Vanderwee, Katrien ; Van Hecke, Ann ; et. al. Non-direct patient care factors influencing nursing workload: a review of the literature. In: Journal of Advanced Nursing, Vol. 67, no.10, p. 2109-29 (2011)
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