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Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland: Technical report

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Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland : Technical report. / Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland Project Research Group ; Corden, Anne.

Aberdeen : Institute for Health and Welfare Research, Robert Gordon University, 2013. 102 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland Project Research Group & Corden, A 2013, Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland: Technical report. Institute for Health and Welfare Research, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. <http://php.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/pubs/2633/>

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Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland Project Research Group, & Corden, A. (2013). Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland: Technical report. Institute for Health and Welfare Research, Robert Gordon University. http://php.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/pubs/2633/

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Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland Project Research Group, Corden A. Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland: Technical report. Aberdeen: Institute for Health and Welfare Research, Robert Gordon University, 2013. 102 p.

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Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland Project Research Group ; Corden, Anne. / Socio-Economic Costs of Bereavement in Scotland : Technical report. Aberdeen : Institute for Health and Welfare Research, Robert Gordon University, 2013. 102 p.

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