Why does surgery setting lead to more outbursts?

October 2008
Same-Day Surgery;Oct2008 Supplement, Vol. 32, p3
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the course on disruptive behaviors and outbursts among medical specialists offered by the Center for Professional Health at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.


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