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The possible meanings of care: self-care and care-for-the-other.

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Summary of "The possible meanings of care: self-care and care-for-the-other."

To understand and to reflect about care based on the experiences of managers, professionals and users of maternal and child health services.

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Name: Investigacion y educacion en enfermeria
ISSN: 2216-0280
Pages: 199-209

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