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Einführung mit praktischen Beispielen

  • U. J. Grüninger

Zusammenfassung

Eigentlich müßte Prävention ja ein attraktiver, dankbarer und angenehmer Teil der ärztlichen Arbeit sein. Denn:
  • Prävention macht intuitiv Sinn

  • Prävention hat die rationalen Argumente auf ihrer Seite

  • Die Nachfrage and das Umfeld für die Prävention scheinen heute so günstig wie noch nie.

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