Clinical practice and community medicine

October 1979
British Medical Journal;10/6/1979, Vol. 2 Issue 6194, p817
Academic Journal
Focuses on the separation of clinical practice and community medicine in Great Britain. Improvement on low level of recruitment of able people; Promotion on working relationships with clinical colleagues; Effectiveness of community physician.


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