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Statementedited by Vesta Hill, Marian Martin Pettengill, Lu Ann Young ; Midwest Alliance in Nursing, Inc., Fall Workshop, September 1987.
ContributionsHill, Vesta, 1921-, Pettengill, Marian Martin, 1942-, Young, Lu Ann, 1956-
LC ClassificationsRT71 .M53 1987
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Paginationi, 128 p. ;
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2382443M
ISBN 100942146131
LC Control Number87011154

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