Quality Development in Healthcare: Participation vs. Accreditation

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Quality Development in Healthcare: Participation vs. Accreditation. / Simonsen, Jesper; Hertzum, Morten; Scheuer, John Damm.

I: Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, Bind 8, Nr. S3, 2018, s. 49-69.

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Simonsen, J, Hertzum, M & Scheuer, JD 2018, 'Quality Development in Healthcare: Participation vs. Accreditation', Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, bind 8, nr. S3, s. 49-69. https://doi.org/10.18291/njwls.v8iS3.105276

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Simonsen, J., Hertzum, M., & Scheuer, J. D. (2018). Quality Development in Healthcare: Participation vs. Accreditation. Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, 8(S3), 49-69. https://doi.org/10.18291/njwls.v8iS3.105276

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Simonsen J, Hertzum M, Scheuer JD. Quality Development in Healthcare: Participation vs. Accreditation. Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies. 2018;8(S3):49-69. https://doi.org/10.18291/njwls.v8iS3.105276

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Simonsen, Jesper ; Hertzum, Morten ; Scheuer, John Damm. / Quality Development in Healthcare: Participation vs. Accreditation. I: Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies. 2018 ; Bind 8, Nr. S3. s. 49-69.

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