A systematic review of worldwide cancer nursing research: 1994 to 2003

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Kelly, Daniel; Gibson, Faith; Molassiotis, A.; Richardson, Alison;
  • Publisher: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins

Kelly contributed to the conduct and choice of papers for the study, carried out a systematic review of one sixth of all the papers, contributed to the conclusion and helped to edit the final version of this paper.
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