13th July 2018, Volume 131 Number 1478

Joy R Rudland

As the Director of the Educational Development and Staff Support at the University of Otago Medical School and also a partner of the female surgical trainee, I noted with interest…

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Joy R Rudland, Director of Educational Development and Staff support, University of Otago, Wellington.

Correspondence

Joy R Rudland, Education Unit, UOW, 23A Mein St, Newtown, Wellington 6242.

Correspondence Email

joy.rudland@otago.ac.nz

Competing Interests

Partner of surgical trainee.

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