Dental Education in Canada
Royal Commission on Health Services, 1965 - 109 pagine
One of the studies prepared for the Royal Commission on Health Services in Canada (1961-65). Provides information on the present system of educating dentists, its development, the relationship between dental, medical and general education, and future needs and services in view of social, economic, and technological changes.
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HISTORY OF DENTAL EDUCATION
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