Training program attracts work and health researchers

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Training program attracts work and health researchers. / Skakon, Janne.

In: At WORK, Vol. 49, 01.2007.

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Skakon, J 2007, 'Training program attracts work and health researchers', At WORK, vol. 49.

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Skakon, J. (2007). Training program attracts work and health researchers. At WORK, 49.

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Skakon J. Training program attracts work and health researchers. At WORK. 2007 Jan;49.

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Skakon, Janne. / Training program attracts work and health researchers. In: At WORK. 2007 ; Vol. 49.

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