NPCAG Conference: audit and governance

Stevenson, Keith; Heaton, Victoria
September 2003
Quality in Primary Care;Sep2003, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p249
Academic Journal
Highlights the National Primary Care Audit Group Conference held on January 2003 in Great Britain. Sponsors of the event; Key note speaker; Programs and activities.


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