The collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in primary care – a comparative analysis of concepts and practices in Slovenia and Spain

Hämel K, Vössing C (2017)
Primary Health Care Research & Development 18(5): 492-506.

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Hämel K, Vössing C. The collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in primary care – a comparative analysis of concepts and practices in Slovenia and Spain. Primary Health Care Research & Development. 2017;18(5):492-506.
Hämel, K., & Vössing, C. (2017). The collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in primary care – a comparative analysis of concepts and practices in Slovenia and Spain. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 18(5), 492-506. doi:10.1017/S1463423617000354
Hämel, K., and Vössing, C. (2017). The collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in primary care – a comparative analysis of concepts and practices in Slovenia and Spain. Primary Health Care Research & Development 18, 492-506.
Hämel, K., & Vössing, C., 2017. The collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in primary care – a comparative analysis of concepts and practices in Slovenia and Spain. Primary Health Care Research & Development, 18(5), p 492-506.
K. Hämel and C. Vössing, “The collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in primary care – a comparative analysis of concepts and practices in Slovenia and Spain”, Primary Health Care Research & Development, vol. 18, 2017, pp. 492-506.
Hämel, K., Vössing, C.: The collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in primary care – a comparative analysis of concepts and practices in Slovenia and Spain. Primary Health Care Research & Development. 18, 492-506 (2017).
Hämel, Kerstin, and Vössing, Carina. “The collaboration of general practitioners and nurses in primary care – a comparative analysis of concepts and practices in Slovenia and Spain”. Primary Health Care Research & Development 18.5 (2017): 492-506.
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