Editorial| Volume 26, ISSUE 5, P511-513, October 2019

Zooming out to prioritise population health in nurse education

Published:October 10, 2019DOI:
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        to move or travel very quickly;
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        to focus on an object using a zoom lens so that the object's apparent distance from the observer changes – often used with in or out.
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