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by Renee M. Popovits,William L. White

ePub Critical Incidents: Ethical Issues in the Prevention and Treatment of Addiction download
Author:
Renee M. Popovits,William L. White
ISBN13:
978-0938475101
ISBN:
093847510X
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Publisher:
Lighthouse Training Inst; 2 edition (February 1, 2001)
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Medicine & Health Sciences
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1967 kb
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4.4
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White, William L. and Popovits, Renee M. Bibliographic Citation. Ethical Issues in the Conduct of Longitudinal Studies of Addiction Treatment . Scott, Christy . White, William L. (2005)

White, William L. Bloomington, IN: Chestnut Health Systems/Lighthouse Institute, 2001. (2005). Related Items in Google Scholar.

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