Perspectives about and Models for Supervision in the Health Professions. Violet H. Barkauskas, PhD, RN, MPH, FAAN The University of Michigan . Focus of the Presentation. The context of health care Frameworks for supervision in health care Examples of framework application
Violet H. Barkauskas,PhD, RN, MPH, FAAN
The University of Michigan
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