Non-physician personnel in expanded primary care roles: an annotated bibliography
Over 150 references to literature about such personnel as nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Mostly journal articles published during the 1970's. Covers training programs, surveys, and legal and social perspectives. Entry gives bibliographical information and annotation. No index.
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