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Future of New Zealand medicine

Future of New Zealand medicine

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Published by N.M. Peryer Ltd in Christchurch .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementa group of essays collected by D.W. Beaven [and] B.H. Easton.
ContributionsBeaven, D. W., Easton, B. H.
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Open LibraryOL21059175M

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Gillett, a bioethicist and neurosurgeon associated with University of Otago New Zealand, draws from the disciplines of medicine, neurosurgery, philosophy, and bioethics. The basic premise of this new book is that when the biopsychosocial model (BPS) is taken as a general model, it has fallen short clinically, scientifically, and : Leslie D. Frazier. Opportunities while studying in New Zealand: International students can work on a part-time basis in New Zealand while pursuing their course of earned money helps students add to their budget and relieves some of the financial burden. However, international students need to obtain a student visa and as per the type of visa they get, they can work on-campus or off-campus.


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