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Mathews Journal of Nursing and Health Care

2692-8469

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Nurses’ Optimal Implementation of Smoking Cessation Intervention: A Single-Institution Experience

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Published : 02nd January 2024
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Citation : García LF, et al. (2023). Use of Virtual Environments and Academic Behaviors Related to Stress in Nursing Students of the Faculty of Medical Sciences Unan-león III Quarters 2022. Mathews J Nurs. 6(1):36.

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