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Erfahrungen von LSBT*-Patient_innen am Ende ihres Lebens – Die Situation Sterbender in England und Erkenntnisse der Studie "The Last Outing"

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Erfahrungen von LSBT*-Patient_innen am Ende ihres Lebens – Die Situation Sterbender in England und Erkenntnisse der Studie "The Last Outing". / Almack, Kathryn; Crossland, John.

In: Pflege und Gesellschaft, Vol. 2018, No. 3, 01.07.2018, p. 245-261.

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Almack, Kathryn ; Crossland, John. / Erfahrungen von LSBT*-Patient_innen am Ende ihres Lebens – Die Situation Sterbender in England und Erkenntnisse der Studie "The Last Outing". In: Pflege und Gesellschaft. 2018 ; Vol. 2018, No. 3. pp. 245-261.

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