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A qualitative study on factors that influence Turkish medical students' decisions to become family physicians after the health transformation programme

Tanriover Ozlem, Hidiroglu Seyhan, Akan Hulya, Ay Pinar, Erdogan Yalcin, Karavus Melda, Vitrinel Ayca, Hayran Osman

Year : 2014| Volume: 6| Issue : 6 | Page no: 278-283

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