Impact of a single webinar intervention on attitudes towards mental illness in undergraduate students Webinar intervention on attitudes towards mental illness

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Paolo Ferrara
Federico Ruta
Armando D'Agostino
Anne Destrebecq
Stefano Terzoni


Stigma, mental health, nursing students, attitudes


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