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Pharmaceutical Industry Collaborations: Delivering Joint-Working Partnerships with the NHS

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Pharmaceutical Industry Collaborations: Delivering Joint-Working Partnerships with the NHS. / Sandhawalia, Birinder Singh; Scorringe, Mark.

Conference Proceedings from the 2018 British Academy of Management Conference. British Academy of Management (BAM) , 2018.

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Sandhawalia BS, Scorringe M. Pharmaceutical Industry Collaborations: Delivering Joint-Working Partnerships with the NHS. In Conference Proceedings from the 2018 British Academy of Management Conference. British Academy of Management (BAM) . 2018

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Sandhawalia, Birinder Singh ; Scorringe, Mark. / Pharmaceutical Industry Collaborations: Delivering Joint-Working Partnerships with the NHS. Conference Proceedings from the 2018 British Academy of Management Conference. British Academy of Management (BAM) , 2018.

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