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Shifting responsibilities: A qualitative study of how young people assume responsibility from their parents for self-management of their chronic kidney disease

Nightingale, Ruth; McHugh, Gretl A; Swallow, Veronica; Kirk, Sue; (2022) Shifting responsibilities: A qualitative study of how young people assume responsibility from their parents for self-management of their chronic kidney disease. Health Expectations (In press).

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Title: Shifting responsibilities: A qualitative study of how young people assume responsibility from their parents for self-management of their chronic kidney disease
Language: English
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URI: https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/10149991
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