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The current problems of public health nurses at Ishikawa Pref. The turning point in public health nursing activities--demands on public health nursing in spite of increasing loads in each assigned area



The current problems of public health nurses at Ishikawa Pref. The turning point in public health nursing activities--demands on public health nursing in spite of increasing loads in each assigned area



Japanese Journal for Public Health Nurse 34(8): 528-531




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