Give Youth a Voice – Subjective Health Theories and its Implications for Health Promotion in Social Work

A.L. Rademaker, in: 2019.

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9th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health
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University of York, UK
Konferenzdatum
22.07.2019 – 26.07.2019
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Rademaker, Anna Lena: Give Youth a Voice – Subjective Health Theories and its Implications for Health Promotion in Social Work. In: , 2019
Rademaker AL. Give Youth a Voice – Subjective Health Theories and its Implications for Health Promotion in Social Work. In: ; 2019.
Rademaker, A. L. (2019). Give Youth a Voice – Subjective Health Theories and its Implications for Health Promotion in Social Work. Presented at the 9th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, University of York, UK.
@inproceedings{Rademaker_2019, title={Give Youth a Voice – Subjective Health Theories and its Implications for Health Promotion in Social Work}, author={Rademaker, Anna Lena}, year={2019} }
Rademaker, Anna Lena. “Give Youth a Voice – Subjective Health Theories and its Implications for Health Promotion in Social Work,” 2019.
A. L. Rademaker, “Give Youth a Voice – Subjective Health Theories and its Implications for Health Promotion in Social Work,” presented at the 9th International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health, University of York, UK, 2019.
Rademaker, Anna Lena. Give Youth a Voice – Subjective Health Theories and its Implications for Health Promotion in Social Work. 2019.

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