Primary care practices' perceived constraints to engaging in research: the importance of context and 'Flow'.

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AIM The primary purpose of this study is to understand primary care practices' perceived constraints to engaging in research from micro-, meso-, and macro-level perspectives. BACKGROUND Past research has spotlighted various barriers and hurdles that primary care practices face when attempting to engage in research efforts; yet a majority of this research… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S1463423613000029

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@article{Michalec2014PrimaryCP, title={Primary care practices' perceived constraints to engaging in research: the importance of context and 'Flow'.}, author={Barret Michalec and Heather Bittner Fagan and Brian Rahmer}, journal={Primary health care research & development}, year={2014}, volume={15 1}, pages={58-71} }