Journées Emois Paris 2014: Apports du cadre de santé dans l’organisation d’un DIM (Vidéo) Titre : Journées Emois Paris 2014: Apports du cadre de santé dans l’organisation d’un DIM
Intervenante: Isabelle LAPORTE, CHU de Toulouse
E3 : Session TIM : les professionnels dans le DIM et leurs rôles – Salon Gulbenkian
Modérateurs : L MOLINIER, N TARIGHT
E-3-1 TACHIER P, MARTIN L, ZANNETTACCI P, LAPORTE I. La place ...
Titre : Journées Emois Paris 2014: Apports du cadre de santé dans l’organisation d’un DIM
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