Doctors and nurses in industry: social aspects of in-plant medical programs
Rhoda Lois Blumberg, Bernard Goldstein, Rutgers University. Institute of Management and Labor Relations
Research Section, Institute of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers, the State University, 1967 - Medical - 96 pages
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