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Investigating the parent/health visitor relationship: Can it be measured? / Bidmead, Christine; Cowley, Sarah Ann; Grocott, Patricia Rosalind.

In: Journal of Health Visting, Vol. 3, No. 10, 3, 29.10.2015, p. 548 - 558.

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Bidmead, C, Cowley, SA & Grocott, PR 2015, 'Investigating the parent/health visitor relationship: Can it be measured?' Journal of Health Visting, vol 3, no. 10, 3, pp. 548 - 558.

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Bidmead, C., Cowley, S. A., & Grocott, P. R. (2015). Investigating the parent/health visitor relationship: Can it be measured? Journal of Health Visting, 3(10), 548 - 558. [3].

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Bidmead C, Cowley SA, Grocott PR. Investigating the parent/health visitor relationship: Can it be measured? Journal of Health Visting. 2015 Oct 29;3(10):548 - 558. 3.

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Bidmead, Christine ; Cowley, Sarah Ann ; Grocott, Patricia Rosalind. / Investigating the parent/health visitor relationship: Can it be measured?. In: Journal of Health Visting. 2015 ; Vol. 3, No. 10. pp. 548 - 558

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