March 2010
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;Mar2010 Supplement, p2
Academic Journal
The article discusses the significance of interprofesisonal relations between the surgeons and general practitioners or family physicians in caring the same patients. It mentions that this collaboration in large health centers often takes place between physicians who could not communicate directly with each other. However, initiatives which provide collaborative approaches are being developed to promote personal interaction between physicians.


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