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Nursing Standard podcast: what is intentional rounding – and is it worth doing?

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Nursing Standard podcast: what is intentional rounding – and is it worth doing? Harris, Ruth (Author). 2020. RCN Publishing Company.

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Harvard

Harris, R, Nursing Standard podcast: what is intentional rounding – and is it worth doing?, 2020, Digital or Visual Products, RCN Publishing Company.

APA

Harris, R. (Author). (2020). Nursing Standard podcast: what is intentional rounding – and is it worth doing?. Digital or Visual Products, RCN Publishing Company. Retrieved from https://rcni.com/nursing-standard/newsroom/podcast/nursing-standard-podcast-what-intentional-rounding-and-it-worth-doing-161056

Vancouver

Harris R (Author). Nursing Standard podcast: what is intentional rounding – and is it worth doing? RCN Publishing Company. 2020.

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Harris, Ruth (Author). / Nursing Standard podcast: what is intentional rounding – and is it worth doing?. [Digital or Visual Products].

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