The study — rationale, design and methodology: profile of district health authorities

  • Michael Bowman

Abstract

From the survey of the literature and the related research on roles in general and in particular the role of the nurse, some pertinent views expressed provided triggers for the rationale, theoretical framework and methodology of the proposed study.

Keywords

Syringe Clarification Ethos 

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