A Celebration of General Practice
Mayur K. Lakhani
Radcliffe Publishing, 2003 - Family medicine - 203 pages
This collection of essays on general practice, written by a variety of eminent contributors working in primary care, considers the influence and leadership of GPs and general practice in the wider community in order to improve the understanding of general practice.
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The effectiveness of primary healthcare
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Celebrating European cooperation in general practice
The value of general practice to the public
Fifty years of research in general practice
The story of general practice postgraduate training and education
The creation and achievements of the RCGP
the contribution of women to general practice
The future of general practice
evolution or revolution?
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