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2019 Summer Global Nursing Symposium
Event ID: 2109375 [Click here to promote]

Title: 2019 Summer Global Nursing Symposium

Discipline: Psychiatry

Event Type: Conference

From Date: July 11, 2019

To Date: July 12, 2019

City: California

Country: United States of America

Details: The symposium will provide a valuable opportunity for nurses from different cultural backgrounds and diverse fields to changing role of nurses, to promote the generation and implementation of evidence based practice in community and home nursing.

Contact Person: Conference Coordinator

Deadline for submission: 5th July 2019

Website: http://www.uofriverside.com/sed-ut-perspiciatis-unde-omnis-iste/2019-summer-global-nursing-symposium/

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