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Not such friendly banter? GPs and psychiatrists against the systematic denigration of their specialties



Not such friendly banter? GPs and psychiatrists against the systematic denigration of their specialties



British Journal of General Practice 66(651): 508-509




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DOI: 10.3399/bjgp16X687169


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