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The research base for Learning Disability Nursing: a rapid scoping review

@inproceedings{Griffiths2007TheRB,
  title={The research base for Learning Disability Nursing: a rapid scoping review},
  author={Peter Griffiths and Janette Bennett and Elizabeth M Smith and Jill Manthorpe},
  year={2007}
}
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The experiences of registered intellectual disability nurses caring for the older person with intellectual disability.
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