Clinical skills of nurses in mobile health services.

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The purpose of this study is to explore and describe the acceptability of the clinical skills of community nurses in mobile health services. An explorative, descriptive design was employed. After a literature study, interviews were conducted with patients, and analysed, the results were verified by means of observation of the mobile services. The clinical skills were described as favourable and not favourable by patients some of which were confirmed during the observation phase. Guidelines for a more user friendly service were written.




Mofukeng, D. B., & Roos, S. D. (1999). Clinical skills of nurses in mobile health services. Curationis, 22(2), 4–9.

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