Educational strategies for the health professions

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Published by World Health Organization, [H.M.S.O.] in Geneva, [London] .

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"As a WHO Collaborating Institute the Center for Educational Development at theUniversity of Illinois College of Medicine has ... [prepared these] reports" - Preface.

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Statementedited by George E. Miller, Tamas Fülöp.
SeriesPublic health papers -- no.61
ContributionsMiller, George Edward., Fülöp, Tamas., University of Illinois. College of Medicine. Center for Educational Development.
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LC ClassificationsR735
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Pagination106p. :
Number of Pages106
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Open LibraryOL18998613M

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