Medical Practices Committee

Whowell, W.B.
November 1981
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);11/28/1981, Vol. 283 Issue 6304, p1485
Academic Journal
Focuses on the medical practices committee in Great Britain. Implementation of principles of the National Health Service; Need for adequate number of family doctors throughout the country; Control of the distribution of general practitioners; Appeals committee for refusal of employment of assistants.


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