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Helping patients and clients to stop smoking

Jill Macleod Clark

Helping patients and clients to stop smoking

final report

by Jill Macleod Clark

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Published by Health Education Authority in (London) .
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StatementJill Macleod Clark, Sheila Haverty, Sally Kendall. Phase 2, Assessing the effectiveness of the nurse"s role.
SeriesResearch report -- 19
ContributionsHaverty, Sheila., Kendall, Sally., Health Education Authority.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18142765M

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