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Andragogy in nursing: a literature review andragogía en la enfermería: una revisión de la literatura patrícia bover draganov1 andréia de carvalho andrade 2. Y (2018) nursing sensitive outcomes in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a systematic literature review international journal of nursing studies, 77 pp. Literature review is a laborious task, but it isessential if the research process is the most relevant nursing databases are asfollows:cinahl.
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