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Are ward leaders powerful advocates in a clinical setting?
Nurs Times. 2000 Jun 15-21; 96(24):18.NT

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eng

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11963031

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Melifonwu, R, and C Cox. "Are Ward Leaders Powerful Advocates in a Clinical Setting?" Nursing Times, vol. 96, no. 24, 2000, p. 18.
Melifonwu R, Cox C. Are ward leaders powerful advocates in a clinical setting? Nurs Times. 2000;96(24):18.
Melifonwu, R., & Cox, C. (2000). Are ward leaders powerful advocates in a clinical setting? Nursing Times, 96(24), 18.
Melifonwu R, Cox C. Are Ward Leaders Powerful Advocates in a Clinical Setting. Nurs Times. 2000 Jun 15-21;96(24):18. PubMed PMID: 11963031.
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