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To which non-physician health professionals do French general practitioners refer their patients to and what factors are associated with these referrals? Secondary analysis of the French national cross-sectional ECOGEN study
BMC Health Services Research, January 2022
Matthieu Peurois, Matthieu Chopin, Gaëlle Texier-Legendre, Cécile Angoulvant, William Bellanger, Cyril Bègue, Aline Ramond-Roquin
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