Problems in the Health Care of Dying Old Men: Complaints by Their Widows
Talbott, Maria M.
Omega: Journal of Death and Dying 1995; 31(2): 121-141
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An Act (No. 105 of 1993) to Provide for the Making, Conciliation, Investigation and Prosecution of Health Care Complaints; to Constitute a Joint Committee of Members of Parliament, the Health Care Complaints Commission and the Health Conciliation Registry and to Specify Their Functions; to Amend Certain Acts; and for Other Purposes. Date of Assent: 2 December 1993. (The Health Care Complaints Act 1993) Unknown author (Australia. New South Wales, 1995)
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