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Three-year follow-up after introduction of Canadian best practice guidelines for asthma and foot care in diabetes suggests that monitoring of nursing-care indicators using an electronic documentation system promotes sustained implementation

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  1. Correspondence to John Xavier Rolley
    St Vincents/ACU Centre for Nursing Research, Australian Catholic University, Locked Bag 4115, Fitzroy MDC, VIC 3065, Australia; john.rolley{at}acu.edu.au
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Rolley JX
Three-year follow-up after introduction of Canadian best practice guidelines for asthma and foot care in diabetes suggests that monitoring of nursing-care indicators using an electronic documentation system promotes sustained implementation

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  • First published October 28, 2011.

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