Nursing Models
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Nursing Models Analysis and Evaluation by Janice A. Thibodeau

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Published by Wadsworth Pub Co .
Written in English


  • Nursing,
  • Nursing Theory,
  • Models, Theoretical,
  • Nursing models,
  • Nursing, Process,
  • Philosophy

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The Physical Object
Number of Pages157
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7783181M
ISBN 100534011497
ISBN 109780534011499

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