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Legislar para proteger: Lei Sena, a primeira lei de saúde mental em Portugal (1889)

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Title
Legislar para proteger: Lei Sena, a primeira lei de saúde mental em Portugal (1889)
Published in
Revista de Enfermagem Referência, March 2021
DOI 10.12707/rv20103
Authors

Analisa Candeias, Ermelinda Macedo, Alexandra Esteves, Luís Sá

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