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Burnout syndrome among multinational nurses working in Saudi Arabia

Al-Turki Haifa A, Al-Turki Rasha A, Al-Dardas Hiba A, Al-Gazal Manal R, Al-Maghrabi Ghada H, Al-Enizi Nawal H, Ghareeb Basema A

Year : 2010| Volume: 9| Issue : 4 | Page no: 226-229

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