Collaboration Across the Disciplines in Health Care
Brenda Freshman, Louis Rubino, Professor and Director of the Health Administration Program California State University - Northridge Northridge California Louis G Rubino, Yolanda Reid Chassiakos
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Oct 22, 2010 - Law - 399 pages
Invited esteemed professionals from public health, medicine, nursing, health services and administration, and other areas, present their diverse perspectives on collaboration across the spectrum of the health care fields in this interesting and timely text. With a 'student centered' approach (also known as 'learning-centered'), Collaboration Across the Disciplines in Health Care is accompanied by companion exercises, games and simulations, creating a thought-provoking learning experience.Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
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