The effectiveness of educational strategies in improving parental/caregiver management of fever in their child: a systematic review
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Objective. The objective of this review was to determine what educational interventions are effective in influencing parents to provide effective care for their febrile child.
Young, Melisa and Watts, Robin and Wilson, Sally. 2010. The effectiveness of educational strategies in improving parental/caregiver management of fever in their child: a systematic review. JBI Library of Systematic Reviews. 8 (21): pp. 826-868.
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