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Emergency nurses´ knowledge, attitude and perceived barriers regarding pain Management in Resource-Limited Settings: cross-sectional study

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Emergency nurses´ knowledge, attitude and perceived barriers regarding pain Management in Resource-Limited Settings: cross-sectional study
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BMC Nursing, November 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12912-019-0380-9
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Desale Tewelde Kahsay, Marianne Pitkäjärvi

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#11,204,871
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