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Hospital education: effective or disruptive?: A pioneering study uncovers mixed attitudes towards children's schooling while in hospital

Clark,J Baluch,B 1997. Hospital education: effective or disruptive?: A pioneering study uncovers mixed attitudes towards children's schooling while in hospital. Education and Health 15(3),33-36. PDF

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