Action research: a useful method of promoting change in primary care?

  • Hampshire A
  • Blair M
  • Crown N
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Action research has been used successfully to promote change in disciplines other than medicine, but there are few examples of its use in primary care.

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  • Adult
  • Child Welfare
  • England
  • Family Practice
  • Family Practice: standards
  • Female
  • Humans
  • Infant
  • Male
  • Primary Health Care
  • Primary Health Care: standards
  • Quality of Health Care
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  • Research

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  • a Hampshire

  • M Blair

  • N Crown

  • a Avery

  • I Williams

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