Exploring the effect of perceived organizational support and resilience on Chinese pharmacists' engagement in stressful and competitive pharmaceutical work at hospitals

  title={Exploring the effect of perceived organizational support and resilience on Chinese pharmacists' engagement in stressful and competitive pharmaceutical work at hospitals},
  author={Jing Jin and Jing Tang},
  journal={Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal : SPJ},
  pages={931 - 938}

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