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Identity of Women's Health Nursing
Lee, K H
Korean J Women Health Nurs. 1998;4(1):29-37.

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Identity Theory and an Interactive Health Identity
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Relationship between Sex Role Identity Type, Sexual Consciousness, Sexual Behaviors and Sexual Impulse of University Students
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Evaluation of a program on self-esteem and ego-identity for Korean nursing students
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Identity Actions: Bringing about Social Change
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In this issue of the Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing September 2020
Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing. 2020;26(3):201-201   Crossref logo
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In this issue of the Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing March 2020
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In this issue of the Korean Journal of Women Health Nursing June 2020
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