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Focal point in nurses' observation of patients' families and nursing intervention in clinical settings (2)


, : Focal point in nurses' observation of patients' families and nursing intervention in clinical settings (2). Kango Tenbo. Japanese Journal of Nursing Science 7(8): 696-703


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