Old Age Abuse: A New Perspective 2E

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The organization does not have an endowment and operates based on revenue from sponsors and workshop registrations. Adequate arrangements shall be made for their in-service training, including the proper and humane care and use of laboratory animals. Thus health care professionals must choose between allocating funds for short term medical needs, or for investing in R&D for long term benefits. His use of international comparisons throughout sharpens the analysis.

Pages: 254

Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd; 2 edition (January 19, 1994)

ISBN: 041248420X

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