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International Innovations Project 2015: A Reflection

I’m Katie, an occupational therapy student from MGH IHP. I participated in the International Innovation Project 2015 in Helsinki, Finland within an ...

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International Innovations Project 2015: A Reflection

International Innovations Project 2015: A

Posted by KatieOT on Sep 21, 20151
A Real “View” of Nurses and Stethoscopes

A Real “View” of Nurses

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From left to right, Trista, Mirian, Rosie and Dr. Corless posing in front of the mountains.

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