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NURSE-PATIENT INTERACTION AND TARGET POPULATIONS In reviewing the articles in this category, it was difficult to separate a primary focus on instructional strategy from a focus on group characteristics. The investigator frequently designed the instructional strategy with a particular patient population in mind. In this section the two categories of variables are combined. The organization of the material is by patient population: maternal-infant, surgical, cardiovascular, chronic illness, psychiatric, and diagnostic procedures.
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