Qualified and Unqualified (N-R C) mental health nursing staff - minor differences in sources of stress and burnout. A European multi-centre study
ForfatterRyan, Peter; Sørgaard, Knut; Dawson, I
SiteringBMC Health Services Research 10(2010) s. 163-175
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