Missions, Nurses and Knowledge Transfer: The Case of Early Colonial Malawi
Hokkanen, M. (2013). Missions, Nurses and Knowledge Transfer: The Case of Early Colonial Malawi. In E. Fleischmann, S. Grypma, M. Marten, & I. Okkenhaug (Eds.), Transnational and Historical Perspectives on Global Health, Welfare and Humanitarianism (pp. 110-136). Kristiansand: Portal Academic.
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