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Name: Occupational therapy in health care
Book Review: The evidence-based practitioner: Applying research to meet client needs Brown Catana . ( 2017 ). The evidence-based practitioner: Applying research to meet client needs . Philadelphia, PA : FA Davis . 233 pp . US$59.95 . ISBN: 978-0-8036-4366-6.
The Evidenced-Based Practitioner: Applying Research to Meet Client Needs (2017)by Catana Brown, 256 pp., SoftCover, ISBN: 978-0-8036-4366-6, F. A. Davis Company, 1915 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA. Price: $59.95.
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