Writing patient care reports: author guidelines for VNs part 2

Perdi Welsh
Friday, April 1, 2011

This article is the second of the two-part series on writing patient care reports (PCRs). As previously discussed, published PCRs provide a valuable means for veterinary nurses to share clinical experiences with their colleagues while increasing their knowledge base and contributing to the establishment of evidence-based veterinary nursing practice. In this article, the authors aim to provide potential authors of PCRs with a set of practical guidelines and instruction on how to write detailed and succinct reports to a publishable standard.

Writing patient care reports: author guidelines for VNs part 2
Writing patient care reports: author guidelines for VNs part 2

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