Bearing witness: implications of the law of negligence for the acupuncture profession

James, R. 2004. Bearing witness: implications of the law of negligence for the acupuncture profession. European Journal of Oriental Medicine. 4 (5), pp. 23-28.

TitleBearing witness: implications of the law of negligence for the acupuncture profession
AuthorsJames, R.
JournalEuropean Journal of Oriental Medicine
Journal citation4 (5), pp. 23-28
ISSN1351-6647
Year2004
Publication dates
Published2004

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