Devolving authority for health care in Canada's provinces: 2. Backgrounds, resources and

Lomas, Jonathan; Veenstra, Gerry
February 1997
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;02/15/97, Vol. 156 Issue 4, p513
Academic Journal
Obtains information from the members of the boards of devolved health care authorities and evaluate their orientations in meeting the expectations of provincial governments and the community in Canada. Systematic differences between the established and immature boards in regard to training, information use and actual and desired activities.


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