Organization and change in general practice

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Organization and change in general practice. / Andersen, John Sahl.

2009. Abstract from Nordic Congress for General Practice, København, Denmark.

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Andersen, JS 2009, 'Organization and change in general practice', Nordic Congress for General Practice, København, Denmark, 13/05/2009.

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Andersen, J. S. (2009). Organization and change in general practice. Abstract from Nordic Congress for General Practice, København, Denmark.

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Andersen JS. Organization and change in general practice. 2009. Abstract from Nordic Congress for General Practice, København, Denmark.

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Andersen, John Sahl. / Organization and change in general practice. Abstract from Nordic Congress for General Practice, København, Denmark.

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