Wellness for work : Perspectives from nurses, midwives and paramedics in Australia

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Glass, Nel E., Ogle, Kaye, Webb, Helen, Rice, Vanessa and Yeboah, Cecilia. (2014). Wellness for work : Perspectives from nurses, midwives and paramedics in Australia. The International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society. 3(3), pp. 23 - 39.
AuthorsGlass, Nel E., Ogle, Kaye, Webb, Helen, Rice, Vanessa and Yeboah, Cecilia
Year2014
JournalThe International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society
Journal citation3 (3), pp. 23 - 39
ISSN2156-8960
Page range23 - 39
Research GroupSchool of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine
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