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Transplant Nursing: current practice, future challenges
di F.Filipponi, S.De Geest, C.L.Russell, P.De Simone
edito da Edizioni Plus - Universita' di Pisa
Transplant nursing has mirrored the evolution of transplantation. However, despite the increase in donation and transplantation in Italy over the last few years, much still remains to be done to further improve the standards and practice of transplant nursing. These proceedings of the international symposium Transplant Nursing: current practice, future challenges held in Florence, Italy, on June 18 & 19 2009 are meant to disseminate the lessons learned in Florence and focus on the role and scope of action of transplant nurses; on advanced practice nursing in transplantation; on adherence in transplant populations, and on the educational initiatives to be taken at a local, national and international
level to further improve the current patterns of practice.
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