Designing a framework for the delivery of collaborative musculoskeletal care involving chiropractors and physicians in community-based primary care

@article{Mior2010DesigningAF,
  title={Designing a framework for the delivery of collaborative musculoskeletal care involving chiropractors and physicians in community-based primary care},
  author={Silvano Mior and Jan Barnsley and Heather S. Boon and Fredrick D. Ashbury and Robert L. Haig},
  journal={Journal of Interprofessional Care},
  year={2010},
  volume={24},
  pages={678 - 689}
}
Strategies have been proposed to facilitate collaboration between conventional health care providers in primary care. However, little is known if these are transferable to CAM health care providers. We designed a qualitative study to articulate a conceptual model to advance the interprofessional collaboration between physicians and chiropractors within community-based primary care in Ontario, Canada. Data obtained from 16 key informants and eight focus groups, with a range of professionals… 
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