Patient-centred consultations of little benefit, says GP study

September 2004
Pulse;9/13/2004, Vol. 64 Issue 36, p2
Focuses on the survey determining the satisfaction of various patients on the performance of the physicians during medical consultations in Great Britain. Affordability on the costs of medical care; Assessment on the quality of service; Awareness on the causes of various diseases.


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