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Solution for the shortage of nurses. (Opinion of the Japanese Hospital Association). Reabsorption of the inactive nurses



Solution for the shortage of nurses. (Opinion of the Japanese Hospital Association). Reabsorption of the inactive nurses



Kangogaku Zasshi 33(12): 12-15




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