Stone Soup as Concocted by Professor Norman Rich

Drucker, William R.
June 2005
World Journal of Surgery;Jun2005 Supplement 1, Vol. 29, pS46
Academic Journal
Examines the contributions of Norman M. Rich on educating medical students about surgery. Commitment to creating and maintaining a high-quality educational program for students in the United States military medical school; Concepts of medical education; History of medical education.


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