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Primary-care provider reflections on research and training from special issue on ethical quandaries when delivering integrated primary care



Primary-care provider reflections on research and training from special issue on ethical quandaries when delivering integrated primary care



Families, Systems & Health 31(1): 108-109



Comments on the articles by Goodie, Kanzler, Hunter, Glotfelter, & Bodart, (see record 2013-11498-012), and Reitz, Simmons, Runyan, Hodgson, & Carter-Henry(see record 2013-11498-013), regarding the topic of research and trainng for the special issue on ethical quandaries when delivering integrated primary care. The current author provides brief reflections on each article.

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DOI: 10.1037/a0031872


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