2 edition of Studies on the training of medical students in public health found in the catalog.
Studies on the training of medical students in public health
|Statement||prepared by W. Buchstaller, A. Roussel, G. Neumann; presented by H. Hultin.|
|Series||Co-ordinated medicalresearch fellowships|
|Contributions||Roussel, A., Neumann, G., Hultin, H., European Public Health Committee.|
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It is easy to read and covers the basic concepts in public : Dr. Richard Ayah. Studies on the training of medical students in public health; its place in the curriculum, its integration with other subjects; Author: W Buchstaller ; André Roussel, of Paris ; Gerhard Neumann ; Holger Hultin ; Council of Europe.
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