Attitudes Toward Postmenopausal Long-Term Hormone Therapy.

Kolip P, Höfling-Engels N, Schmacke N (2009)
Qualitative Health Research 19(2): 207-215.

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Kolip, PetraUniBi ; Höfling-Engels, Nicole; Schmacke, Norbert
Erscheinungsjahr
2009
Zeitschriftentitel
Qualitative Health Research
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19
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2
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207-215
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1049-7323
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1939726

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Kolip P, Höfling-Engels N, Schmacke N. Attitudes Toward Postmenopausal Long-Term Hormone Therapy. Qualitative Health Research. 2009;19(2):207-215.
Kolip, P., Höfling-Engels, N., & Schmacke, N. (2009). Attitudes Toward Postmenopausal Long-Term Hormone Therapy. Qualitative Health Research, 19(2), 207-215. doi:10.1177/1049732308328053
Kolip, P., Höfling-Engels, N., and Schmacke, N. (2009). Attitudes Toward Postmenopausal Long-Term Hormone Therapy. Qualitative Health Research 19, 207-215.
Kolip, P., Höfling-Engels, N., & Schmacke, N., 2009. Attitudes Toward Postmenopausal Long-Term Hormone Therapy. Qualitative Health Research, 19(2), p 207-215.
P. Kolip, N. Höfling-Engels, and N. Schmacke, “Attitudes Toward Postmenopausal Long-Term Hormone Therapy.”, Qualitative Health Research, vol. 19, 2009, pp. 207-215.
Kolip, P., Höfling-Engels, N., Schmacke, N.: Attitudes Toward Postmenopausal Long-Term Hormone Therapy. Qualitative Health Research. 19, 207-215 (2009).
Kolip, Petra, Höfling-Engels, Nicole, and Schmacke, Norbert. “Attitudes Toward Postmenopausal Long-Term Hormone Therapy.”. Qualitative Health Research 19.2 (2009): 207-215.

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