Nurses use healthy coping strategies to deal with stress

Healy, Christine
December 1998
Australian Nursing Journal;Dec98/Jan99, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p11
Focuses on the research conducted to determine the strategies of nurses in Victoria in coping with stressful events at work. Discussion on the strategies; Health aspects of the strategies.


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