Overview of mechanisms of recognition of foreign qualifications : based on case studies in selected countries of South-East Asia / P. Abeykoon and V. Alexeev
Abeykoon, Palitha, Alexeev, V & World Health Organization. Division of Health Manpower Development. (1986). Overview of mechanisms of recognition of foreign qualifications : based on case studies in selected countries of South-East Asia / P. Abeykoon and V. Alexeev. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/60758
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