Mullan, J. 2007, 'Patient Education', in K. A. Curtis, J. Friendship & C. Ramsden (eds), Emergency & Trauma Nursing, 1 edn, Elsevier, Sydney. pp. 52
Patient education is an integral part of the practice of all health professionals. To aspire to professionalism requires the individual to obtain and maintain a body of skills and knowledge that they can profess to the world at large. Patient education is a primary healthcare role in which nurses and other healthcare professionals disseminate their knowledge to the community.
Judy Mullan. "Patient Education" Faculty of Health & Behavioural Sciences - Papers. , 2007. 52-59.
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