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Are patient-centered care values as reflected in teaching scenarios really being taught when implemented by teaching faculty? A discourse analysis on an Indonesian medical school's curriculum

By Mora Claramita, Adi H Sutomo, Mark A Graber and Albert JJ Scherpbier
Topics: Research
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