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There are two well-known theoretical extremes of market structure. Statute Title 20-A 6403-A (1985) requires each school board to appoint a registered professional nurse to supervise and coordinate health services and health-related activities. The curriculum of top-notch programs will cover critical topics, such as budgets, marketing, public relations, and organizational effectiveness. Medication administration to students is one of the most common health-related activities performed in school.

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Publisher: University of Michigan Press; 1 edition (October 24, 2002)

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