Small-scale placement-based research in clinical psychology training: the role of qualitative methods

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Holttum, S. and Lavender, T. 2001. Small-scale placement-based research in clinical psychology training: the role of qualitative methods. Clinical Psychology. 5, pp. 27-31.
AuthorsHolttum, S. and Lavender, T.
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