Illuminating Problems, Defining Processes, and Improving Outcomes: The Essence of Oncology Nursing Research

Lillian M. Nail

Kathi Mooney

ONF 2002, 29(6), 941-947. DOI: 10.1188/02.ONF.941-947

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