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Sigma's 31st International Nursing Research Congress -- Notification Letter for Poster Presentations, Dubai, UAE, July 23-27, 2020
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Congratulations, Guillaume Ngonmeudje! The abstract you submitted for Sigma’s 31st International Nursing Research Congress, “Gemba Board for VTE Prevention,” has been selected for a poster presentation. The abstracts submitted were exceptional! The presentations selected are an excellent reflection of current nursing trends and timely issues. We look forward to your participation in this prestigious event. The opportunity to collaborate with nursing scholars from around the world who are involved in the advancement of nursing science promises to be rewarding and stimulating.


  • Poster Presentation Title: Gemba Board for VTE Prevention
  • ID#: 104220
  • Password: 878171

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