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Effective Training: The Key to Nurses' Empowerment
E Kashani , M Ayatnia , A Tajabadi *
Department of Emergency of Medicine Paramedical Faculty,Sabzevar university of Medical Sciences,Sabzevar,Iran , alitaj58@yahoo.com
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Keywords: Training, Nurses, Empowerment
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Type of Study: letter to Editor | Subject: Teaching Method
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