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Health needs assessment of short sentence prisoners

By Charlie Brooker, Clare Fox and Carol Callinan


Health Needs Assessment of Short Sentence Prisoner

Topics: L431 Health Policy, B760 Mental Health Nursing
Publisher: University of Lincoln
Year: 2009
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