Letter to the Editor

Training Needs Assessment of Nurses Working at Intensive Care Unit with the Aim of Designing the In-Service Training Program

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KHALEGHI S, SADEGHI MOGHADDAM A, ABDOLSHAHI A, SHOKRI A, RAEI M, KAVARI SH. Training Needs Assessment of Nurses Working at Intensive Care Unit with the Aim of Designing the In-Service Training Program. Iran J Public Health. 49(11):2225-2226.