What is client specificity?

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"Client specificity" is simply a fancy way to say "something that is specific to or for this client". For example, in medication administration nurses practice "patient specificity" when the nurse conducts conducts med checks that it is the right patient, right medication, right time, etc.

In another arena, documentation building you might have "client specificity" in tables and tasks. See the related links section for one website.

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