Challenges and potentialities of nursing work in street medical offices.

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Summary of "Challenges and potentialities of nursing work in street medical offices."

to analyze elements of the nursing work process in the Street Medical Offices, highlighting the challenges and potentialities of care for homeless people.


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Name: Revista latino-americana de enfermagem
ISSN: 1518-8345
Pages: e3045


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