2 edition of In conclusion: the management of medicine found in the catalog.
In conclusion: the management of medicine
Allen, David Dr.
by Health Services Management Unit, Dept. of Social Administration, University of Manchester in [Manchester]
Written in English
A chapter in "The management of medicine: how the Health Service works--a guide for doctors" (Forthcoming).
|Other titles||The management of medicine: how the Health Service works--a guide for doctors|
|Statement||D. Allen and D. Grimes.|
|Series||Working paper series / Health Services Management Unit, Dept. of Social Administration, University of Manchester -- no. 41, Working paper series (University of Manchester. Health Services Management Unit) -- working paper no. 41|
|Contributions||Grimes, David S.|
|LC Classifications||RA395G6 A654|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5, 4 p. --|
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