Comment on article “Professionalism in physicians in a second-level hospital”

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The definition and measurement of complex variables, such as medical professionalism, demand the revision of concepts and adherence to a methodology that allows the foundation of results, based on which some observations and suggestions are pointed out in this letter.


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Name: Revista medica del Instituto Mexicano del Seguro Social
ISSN: 2448-5667
Pages: 340


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