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Publications

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Zittern, aber nicht vor AngstZittern, aber nicht vor Angst...25 May 2007
ICN Framework of Competencies for the Nurse Specialist (Polish)Zakres kompetencji pielęgniarki specjalistki wg Międzynarodowej Rady Pielęgniarek18 January 2010
You Never Miss the Dopamine...You Never Miss The Dopamine... (Until The Brain Runs Dry!)17 September 2010
You Are What You Hear: How Music and Territory Make Us Who We AreYou Are What You Hear: How Music and Territory Make Us Who We Are27 January 2011
Yoga in a ChairYoga in a Chair - for the person with Parkinson’s21 April 2011
Yoga for Movement DisordersYoga for movement disorders01 December 2008
Writing and PublishingWriting and publishing01 November 2008
WPC 2010 Summit SpecialWPC 2010 Summit Special06 January 2011
Worlds ApartWorlds apart? 09 January 2012
World report on disabilityWorld report on disability31 August 2011
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