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Discussion Paper. NCRM. (Unpublished) Related URLs: Students conducting a piece of qualitative research frequently ask ‘how many interviews is enough?’ Repository Staff Only: item control page. Graduate Skills. Home » The Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research & Enterprise (SPHERE) Home » The Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research & Enterprise (SPHERE) Database Access - UNSW Library. Instructions For Authors - GaBI Journal. Mission and Scope Mission The mission of GaBI Journal is to provide an independent, high quality, authoritative, and peer reviewed platform for the publication of scientific articles concerning any aspect of the research into and development of cost-effective medicines, irrespective of their source.
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