2 edition of Learning medicine 1988 found in the catalog.
Learning medicine 1988
Previous ed., 1986.
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Dekhtyar et al. Published online: 24 Feb The Modern Physical Exam – A Transatlantic Perspective from the Resident Level. Jacobsen et al. Published online: 24 Feb And what if, in addition, we assumed that learning is, in its essence, a fundamentally social phenomenon, reflecting our own deeply social nature as human beings capable of knowing.
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