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Психоэмоциональное состояние медицинских сотрудников Вологодской области в период вспышки COVID-19: результаты социологического опроса

Шматова Ю.Е., Разварина И.Н.

Том 8, №3, 2022

Шматова Ю.Е., Разварина И.Н. (2022). Психоэмоциональное состояние медицинских сотрудников Вологодской области в период вспышки COVID-19: результаты социологического опроса // Социальное пространство. Т. 8. № 3. DOI: 10.15838/sa.2022.3.35.7 URL: http://socialarea-journal.ru/article/29383

DOI: 10.15838/sa.2022.3.35.7

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