What is the best core measure after critical illness when the IES-R is no longer accessible for new researchers?
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Dear Dr. Vincent,
Reba Umberger, PhD, RN, CCRN-K
Assistant Professor of Nursing
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Department of Acute and Tertiary Care
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