"Understanding organizational context and heart failure management in long term care homes in Ontario, Canada"
written by Jill Marcella, Jayanthini Nadarajah, Mary Lou Kelley, George A. Heckman, Sharon Kaasalainen, Patricia H. Strachan, Robert S. McKelvie, Ian Newhouse, Paul Stolee, Carrie A. McAiney, Catherine Demers,
published by Health, Vol.4 No.9A, 2012
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