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Pielęgniarstwo i Zdrowie Publiczne Nursing and Public Health

2012, vol. 2, nr 1, styczeń-marzec, str. 39–48

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Communication in the Palliative Care Team

Komunikacja w zespole opieki paliatywnej

Malcolm Payne1,

1 Policy and Development Adviser, St Christopher’s Hospice, London, UK Visiting Professor, Opole University, Institute of Pedagogical Sciences, Opole, Poland

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