Local experience of running an NIHR project in Kent and Medway

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Skingley, A. 2010. Local experience of running an NIHR project in Kent and Medway.
AuthorsSkingley, A.
TypeConference paper
Year2010
ConferenceKent and Medway One Day Research Event: Celebrating Success
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