Restructuring health services delivery research: A community-based model

Sellors, John W.; Mitchell, Clare
August 1998
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Aug-Oct98, Vol. 21 Issue 4/5, p203
Academic Journal
Presents information on research conducted on the delivery of health services, with emphasis on the management of acute illnesses. Factors which influence the delivery of health service; Characteristics of the health care system; Reference to the Saint Joseph's Community Health Centre, East Hamilton, Ontario.


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