WONCA Europe

Kelly, Eric
October 2006
British Journal of General Practice;Oct2006, Vol. 56 Issue 531, p800
Academic Journal
The article highlights the World Organization of National Colleges and Academic Assemblies of General Practitioners and Family Physicians (WONCA) 2006 conference conducted in Florence, Italy. It says that the conference has begun with speeches from people connected to the event. The WONCA 5-star award has been provided to physician Sam Everington.


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