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Evaluation of the Succession Planning Development Pathway for Consultant Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals.

By M McCreaddie, C Hutchison, G Lindsay, G Huby, A Craig, S Rodgers and Margaret Coulter Smith
Publisher: NES
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