Group practice in Canada: report of the Special Committee on Group Practice with additional guest articles
Canadian Medical Association, 1967 - Medical - 129 pages
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IThe Evolution of Group Practice
VIExternal Influences of types of Community which give rise
VIIIThe Relations of the Group with the Remainder of the Medical Community
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