The primary-care practitioner -- specialist or jack-of-all trades.


Primary-care physicians, too often viewed as low-level generalists, are more appropriately thought of as specialists whose work demands specific skills. These physicians function as managers, advocates, educators, and counselors for their patients while also serving as co-ordinators of other professionals involved in primary care. The basis for education in… (More)


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