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The strength of primary care in Europe: an international comparative study.
BACKGROUND A suitable definition of primary care to capture the variety of prevailing international organisation and service-delivery models is lacking. AIM Evaluation of strength of primary careExpand
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Novel degradative pathway of 4-nitrobenzoate in Comamonas acidovorans NBA-10.
A Comamonas acidovorans strain, designated NBA-10, was isolated on 4-nitrobenzoate as sole carbon and energy source. When grown on 4-nitrobenzoate, it was simultaneously adapted to 4-nitrosobenzoateExpand
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A Soaring Eagle: Alfred Marshall 1842-1924
Peter Groenewegen’s outstanding new book places the major features of Marshall’s life and work within the rich institutional setting of late nineteenth and early twentieth century Britain. ThisExpand
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Does General Practitioner Gatekeeping Curb Health Care Expenditure?
Objectives: It is generally assumed that health care systems in which specialist and hospital care is only accessible after referral by a general practitioner (GP) have lower total health care costs.Expand
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Organizational factors influencing scholarly performance: a multivariate study of biomedical research groups
Bibliometric studies often measure and compare scholarly performance, but they rarely investigate why universities, departments and research groups do have different performance. Expand
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Energy-dependent uptake of 4-chlorobenzoate in the coryneform bacterium NTB-1.
The uptake of 4-chlorobenzoate (4-CBA) in intact cells of the coryneform bacterium NTB-1 was investigated. Uptake and metabolism of 4-CBA were observed in cells grown in 4-CBA but not inExpand
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Co-ordination and management of chronic conditions in Europe: the role of primary care--position paper of the European Forum for Primary Care.
Healthcare systems in Europe struggle with inadequate co-ordination of care for people with chronic conditions. Moreover, there is a considerable evidence gap in the treatment of chronic conditions,Expand
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Free choice of sickness funds in regulated competition: evidence from Germany and The Netherlands.
Sickness funds became the focal point of health insurance reforms in the 1990s. Policy makers expected funds to become more consumer-oriented and more active in managing the provision of health care.Expand
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Improving interprofessional collaboration in primary care: position paper of the European Forum for Primary Care.
Primary care is the central pillar of health care. The increasingly complex health needs of the population and individual patients in a changing society can only be met by promoting interprofessionalExpand
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