Views of UK medical graduates about flexible and part‐time working in medicine: a qualitative study

@article{Evans2000ViewsOU,
  title={Views of UK medical graduates about flexible and part‐time working in medicine: a qualitative study},
  author={J Evans and Michael Goldacre and Trevor William Lambert},
  journal={Medical Education},
  year={2000},
  volume={34}
}
To report on the views of doctors about flexible and part‐time working in medicine. 

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