Clinical Research in Australia

Firkin, Barry G.
October 1974
Annals of Internal Medicine;Oct74, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p552
Academic Journal
Focuses on the status of clinical research in Australia in October 1974. Opportunities for education and employment in medical science; Historical background on the establishment of clinical investigation and training facilities; Information on funding for medical research.


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