|Nurse-Led Patient Education for Targeted Therapies|
The Nurse-Led Patient Education for Targeted Therapies program was developed to address the international need for evidence-based patient education materials that are developed and distributed by nurses and enhance both adherence and self-care capacity of patients receiving small molecule therapies. This project was supported by GlaxoSmithKline.
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