What not to wear

O'Connor, Michael D.
December 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/6/2005, Vol. 173 Issue 12, p1493
Academic Journal
Features the experiences of a clerk in wearing clinical clothes. Reaction of clinical staff to his attire; Challenges faced by the clerk about his attire; Lessons learned by the clerk from his experiences.


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