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Job-related stress and sickness absence among belgian nurses: a prospective study

Bibliographic reference Trybou, Jeroen ; Germonpre, Sofie ; Janssens, Heidi ; Casini, Annalisa ; Braeckman, Lutgart ; et. al. Job-related stress and sickness absence among belgian nurses: a prospective study. In: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, Vol. 46, no.4, p. 292-301 (2014)
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