Patients and Their Doctors a Study of General Practice

@inproceedings{May1967PatientsAT,
  title={Patients and Their Doctors a Study of General Practice},
  author={A. R. May},
  year={1967}
}
Two's company, three's none, or so they say. The relationship between general practice and its other two bed-fellows in the National Health Service (local health authority and hospital divisions) has always been an uneasy one. Recently much attention has been given to diagnosis of the malaise that afflicts the family doctor service, hampers recruitment to its ranks, and leads to eruption of discontent among its members. Dr. Cart 

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