The Future of the Physician Assistant: the Vulnerability of New Professions
Pellegrino, Edmund D.
[Keynote Address, Proceedings -- Conference on physician's Assistants on the Threshhold of the 80's, June 8-9, 1978] (New York: State Univ of New ork at Stony Brook, Feb 1979)
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