Case study: How the Government's blueprint for the scheme will work

Benett, Ivan
November 2013
Pulse;Nov2013, p20
Case Study
The article offers the author's insights concerning the benefits of the planned extension of the working hours of general practitioners (GPs) in Manchester, England.


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