Context and care : nurses' accounts of stress and support on a cancer ward

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Katz, Jeanne;
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This is a study of all ranks of nurses working on a cancer\ud ward in a London teaching hospital. Other than the sisters,\ud who had specialist oncology training, the nurses were not\ud self-selected, but simply were assigned to this particular\ud ward.\ud Nursing, as a... View more
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