Factors associated with primary care physicians' recognition of cognitive impairment in their older patients.
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Factors associated with placement of rural primary care physicians in North Carolina.
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Disseminating a cervical cancer screening program through primary physicians in Hong Kong: a qualitative study.
Impacto do Programa Mais Médicos na atenção básica de um município do sertão central nordestino