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House calls — more or less?

  • John Grabinar
  • George Davie
  • William Stewart
  • Andrew Fraser

Abstract

Care by family practitioners in the community involves caring for people in their own homes as well as in practice premises, in hospitals and in other units. Home visiting (or house calls) must be an essential part of good family practice.

Keywords

Health Visitor Practice Centre Consult Room Sunday Morning Passive Exercise 
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© MTP Press Limited 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • John Grabinar
  • George Davie
  • William Stewart
  • Andrew Fraser

There are no affiliations available

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