Continuity of Nursing Care in Primary Care in Finland
Quality assessment of health services has been an important area in health care research over the decades. The demands of efficiency and cost containment have guided guality assessment in a predominantly direction (Vuori, 1970). Only recently the perspective of guality assessment has been broadened. Quality assurance has become an intresting topic also in nursing research.
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