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Diversity and Equality in Health and Care peer reviewed international journal with a 15 years record of excellence in publication. The journal embraces topics such as Community health nursing, Female foeticide, Public Health Nursing, Midwifery, Racism, Gender biasing, Nurse practitioners etc.
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