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Nursing theory. 33. On the "Notes on Nursing" (6) Nightingale's philosophy which is alive in modern nursing

Nursing theory. 33. On the "Notes on Nursing" (6) Nightingale's philosophy which is alive in modern nursing

Kangogaku Zasshi 52(11): 1054-1055

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