Successful collaboration in dementia care from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and informal carers in Germany: results from a focus group study

Stephan A, Möhler R, Renom-Guiteras A, Meyer G (2015)
BMC Health Services Research 2015(15): 208.

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Stephan, Astrid; Möhler, RalphUniBi; Renom-Guiteras, Anna; Meyer, Gabriele
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2015
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BMC Health Services Research
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2015
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15
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208
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1472-6963
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1472-6963
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Stephan A, Möhler R, Renom-Guiteras A, Meyer G. Successful collaboration in dementia care from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and informal carers in Germany: results from a focus group study. BMC Health Services Research. 2015;2015(15): 208.
Stephan, A., Möhler, R., Renom-Guiteras, A., & Meyer, G. (2015). Successful collaboration in dementia care from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and informal carers in Germany: results from a focus group study. BMC Health Services Research, 2015(15), 208. doi:10.1186/s12913-015-0875-3
Stephan, A., Möhler, R., Renom-Guiteras, A., and Meyer, G. (2015). Successful collaboration in dementia care from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and informal carers in Germany: results from a focus group study. BMC Health Services Research 2015:208.
Stephan, A., et al., 2015. Successful collaboration in dementia care from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and informal carers in Germany: results from a focus group study. BMC Health Services Research, 2015(15): 208.
A. Stephan, et al., “Successful collaboration in dementia care from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and informal carers in Germany: results from a focus group study”, BMC Health Services Research, vol. 2015, 2015, : 208.
Stephan, A., Möhler, R., Renom-Guiteras, A., Meyer, G.: Successful collaboration in dementia care from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and informal carers in Germany: results from a focus group study. BMC Health Services Research. 2015, : 208 (2015).
Stephan, Astrid, Möhler, Ralph, Renom-Guiteras, Anna, and Meyer, Gabriele. “Successful collaboration in dementia care from the perspectives of healthcare professionals and informal carers in Germany: results from a focus group study”. BMC Health Services Research 2015.15 (2015): 208.

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