Improving quality in general practice: qualitative case study of barriers faced by health authoriti

Marshall, Martin
July 1999
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);07/17/99, Vol. 319 Issue 7203, p164
Academic Journal
Presents a study on the barriers that health authorities face as they manage quality improvements in general medical practice in the context of the National Health Service reforms in Great Britain. Participants and methods; Results; Conclusion. INSET: Key messages.


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