Why I support the Pulse Manifesto for General Practice

April 2005
Pulse;4/9/2005, Vol. 65 Issue 14, p7
Presents several views from general practitioners (GP) on the reasons of supporting the "Pulse Manifesto," for general practice. Importance for financing health services; Reflections on the need of GP and patients for clinical freedom; Concern of GP on pensions finance.


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