Medicine: A Primary Care Approach
Saunders, 1996 - Medical - 493 pages
This ideal, one-stop reference encapsulates all the important knowledge and skills required for primary care practice. Case-based chapters focus on the most frequently encountered outpatient problems. Coverage includes doctor-patient communication, health economics, medical ethics in the ambulatory arena, cultural concerns, cost-effective care, team approach, prevention, and much more!
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