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Jones, Roger
June 2013
British Journal of General Practice;Jun2013, Vol. 63 Issue 611, p283
Academic Journal
The article offers information on unevenly distribution of medical information system in National Health Services of Great Britain (NHS). It states that the large observational database, launched in 2012 and funded jointly by the NHS National Institute for Health Research and the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, has enormous potential to deliver significant research outputs and healthcare and public health benefits.


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