July 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/4/2006, Vol. 175 Issue 1, p120
Academic Journal
Discusses issues and events related to health care in Canada. Host of events including the Eating Disorder Week in February; Experience with a new graduate from a family practice residency program; Words of wisdom for veteran workers.


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