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Rivoluzione tecnologica e dinamiche sociali nei team Chirurgici. La bibliografia

Pubblichiamo di seguito la bibliografia completa dell’articolo “Rivoluzione tecnologica e dinamiche sociali nei team Chirurgici” scritto da Valentina Iacopino, sul numero di Luglio-Agosto 2020 di Sviluppo&Organizzazione.

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L’articolo integrale è pubblicato sul numero di Luglio-Agosto 2020 di Sviluppo&Organizzazione.
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