Person-centred care in a digital hospital: observations and perspectives from a specialist rehabilitation setting

Person-centred care in a digital hospital: observations and perspectives from a specialist rehabilitation setting

Published 24th January 2019

Letitia Burridge, Michele Foster, Rachel Jones, Timothy Geraghty, Sridhar Atresh. pg 529.

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