CIDMEF Libreville 2011 - Evaluation des enseignements par les étudiants

XVIIIème Journées Universitaires Francophones de Pédagogie des Sciences de la Santé de la CIDMEF.
3ème Congrès International Francophone de Pédagogie des Sciences de la Santé 16 – 19 avril 2011
Faculté de Médecine de Libreville (Gabon). Université des Sciences de la Santé
Titre : CIDMEF Libreville 2011 - Session CADMEF : Evaluation des enseignements et des stages.
Intervenant : Jacques BARRIER (professeur – Nantes, France)
Résumé : Session
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