Date: 2009
DOI:  10.1080/14443058809386971  Handmaidens of medicine: Working conditions for nurses in late nineteenth century Victoria
Author: Keneley, Monica.  v. 12  no. 22, pp. 57- 68
ISSN:  1444-3058  EISSN:  1835-6419 
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