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Evaluating the need for a staff support/counselling service in a palliative care setting

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 June 2014

Frank Houghton
Affiliation:
Limerick Institute of Technology, Moylish Park, Limerick
Sabina Christensen
Affiliation:
Milford Hospice, Limerick
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Abstract

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2006

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