POOR APPEARANCE AS A NEVER ENDING STIGMATIZATION FOR PEOPLE WITH SEVERE MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS
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stigma
mental health
appearance
nursing

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Saputra, F. (2016). POOR APPEARANCE AS A NEVER ENDING STIGMATIZATION FOR PEOPLE WITH SEVERE MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS. Belitung Nursing Journal, 2(2), 19–21. https://doi.org/10.33546/bnj.9
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