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Teaching skills in team work in a medical setting.

Florence Taub Stein

Teaching skills in team work in a medical setting.

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Published by 1950. in [Washington?] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Mimeographed by the American Association of Medical Social Workers, April 1950.

The Physical Object
Pagination12 leaves.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16629880M

Medical social workers work in hospitals, community clinics, and other healthcare settings to support patients and their families, and to assist the larger medical team in the coordination of patients’ care. They play an essential role in many of the non-medical aspects of patient care, including helping patients and their families navigate.


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