Les infirmières en oncologie ont-elles le pouvoir de créer leur propre avenir?

Rose Steele

Abstract


Cet article est le texte du

discours-programme qu’elle a présenté le mardi 28 septembre dans le

cadre de la 16e Conférence annuelle de l’ACIO à Calgary, Alberta.

Nous publions ce discours à la demande de participantes à la

Conférence, qui ont exprimé le souhait de partager les idées de Mme

Steele, Ph.D., avec le lectorat de la Revue.


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