• Corpus ID: 53594654

Measuring level of public relations in hospitals

  title={Measuring level of public relations in hospitals},
  author={Shole Rostami},
  • S. Rostami
  • Published 2013
  • Political Science, Medicine
Introduction: Public relations is a part of a managers’ duties in every organization and is a continuous and programmed action through which people and organizations try to obtain the agreement and support of those they work with. Recognizing level of public relations is of great importance because it plays an important role in improving efficiency of organizations and even organizational consequences. Objective: The aim of this research was to determine level of public relations in hospitals… 


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