investigation into nursing care plans and their influence on nursing practice by Carolyn Anne Mason

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StatementCarolyn Mason.
ContributionsEastern Health and Social Services Board, Northern Ireland. Department of Public Health Medicine and Nursing.
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Pagination37p. :
Number of Pages37
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