Leaders, leadership and future primary care clinical research
Background: A strong and self confident primary care workforce can deliver the highest quality care and outcomes equitably and cost effectively. To meet the increasing demands being made of it, primary care needs its own thriving research culture and knowledge base.Expand abstract
Methods: Review of recent developments supporting primary care clinical research.
Results: Primary care research has benefited from a small group of passion...
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