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Person focused clinical inquiry - Essay Example

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Mast, T.B., MacNeill, E.S., and Lichtenberg, P.A. (2004). Post-Stroke and Clinically-Defined Vascular Depression in Geriatric Rehabilitation Patients, American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry; 12: p. 84.
McMahon, A., Irwin, P., and Redehan, E. (2003). Identifying Priorities For Strengthening And Developing The Nursing Contribution In A Field Of Practice: A Case Study In Stroke Care…

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