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Stress management / [authors/developers [sic] Hazel Brandreth]
Bib ID 2730988
Format BookBook
Author
Brandreth, Hazel
 
Description East Perth, W.A. : Health Dept. of Western Australia, 1992 
31, [3] p. : ill., forms ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0730950654 (paperback)
073095031X (paperback) (series)
Series

Remote area nursing course. Professional development.

Notes

Cover title.

Comb bound.

Bibliography: p. 31.

Subjects Stress (Psychology)
Other authors/contributors Western Australia. Health Department

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