Edtorial: Vol 23.3 Not just a question of numbers: Moving from respectful inclusion and diversity to promoting belonging

Authors

  • Sarah Rennie The University of Otago
  • Louisa Remedios Federation University Australia

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Published

2022-06-30

How to Cite

Rennie, S., & Remedios, L. (2022). Edtorial: Vol 23.3 Not just a question of numbers: Moving from respectful inclusion and diversity to promoting belonging. Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-Professional Journal, 23(2), i-iv. Retrieved from https://fohpe.org/FoHPE/article/view/661

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