Los cirujanos y el trabajo en equipo

  • Mónica Bejarano
Palabras clave: cirugía general; habilidades; liderazgo; comunicación; ambiente de trabajo; políticas editoriales.


Fecha de recibido: 22/04/2019

Fecha aceptación: 22/04/2019


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