Counseling For Behavior Change Clinical Skills Teaching Module
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Counseling For Behavior Change Clinical Skills Teaching Module

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Published by American College of Physicians .
Written in English


  • Hospital Administration,
  • Internal Medicine,
  • Medical / Hospital Administration & Care,
  • Psychiatry - Child & Adolescent,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing

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Open LibraryOL12303001M
ISBN 101930513232
ISBN 109781930513235

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