"The feelings and thoughts of mental health nurses concerning the management of distressed and disturbed in-patients: A comparative qualitative European study"
written by Vida Staniulienė, Mary Chambers, Xenya Kantaris, Raija Kontio, Lauri Kuosmanen, Anne Scott, Maria Antónia Rebelo Botelho, Renzo Zanotti, Maritta Välimäki,
published by Open Journal of Nursing, Vol.3 No.6, 2013
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