Being Human in Medicine: Beyond Hierarchy

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Patricia Lynn Dobkin
Corinne I Bagnis
Michel Spodenkiewicz



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Dobkin, P. L., Bagnis, C. I., & Spodenkiewicz, M. (2015). Being Human in Medicine: Beyond Hierarchy. The International Journal of Whole Person Care, 2(1).
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Author Biography

Patricia Lynn Dobkin, McGill University

Associate Professor

Department of Medicine

Clinical Psychologist

Mind-Body expertise


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