Office efficiency can be matter of little changes

Dyer, Angela
October 2002
Cosmetic Surgery Times;Oct2002, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p39
Trade Publication
Presents tips to become an efficient physician. Need to organize pharmaceutical samples; Importance of time management; Significance of being computer literate.


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