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Nursing services and training in South Arabia during the late British colonial period: 1950-1967

  title={Nursing services and training in South Arabia during the late British colonial period: 1950-1967},
  author={Muna Saeed Fareh Mohammed},
Nursing services and training in South Arabia during the late British colonial period: 1950-1967 The history of nursing in South Arabia (SA) during the late colonial period has not been well researched. This study aimed to provide a comprehensive account of nursing services and training in the region from 1950 to 1967, against the background of the colonial context and the local setting. This research was conducted through the gathering of first-hand accounts. These were carried out in the… Expand
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