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Regulating Physician Associates (PAs) and Anaesthesia Associates (AAs): a rapid review

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Regulating Physician Associates (PAs) and Anaesthesia Associates (AAs): a rapid review. / Samsi, Kritika; Cole, Laura; Manthorpe, Jill.

London : NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London, 2020. 30 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Samsi, K, Cole, L & Manthorpe, J 2020, Regulating Physician Associates (PAs) and Anaesthesia Associates (AAs): a rapid review. NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London, London.

APA

Samsi, K., Cole, L., & Manthorpe, J. (2020). Regulating Physician Associates (PAs) and Anaesthesia Associates (AAs): a rapid review. NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London.

Vancouver

Samsi K, Cole L, Manthorpe J. Regulating Physician Associates (PAs) and Anaesthesia Associates (AAs): a rapid review. London: NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London, 2020. 30 p.

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Samsi, Kritika ; Cole, Laura ; Manthorpe, Jill. / Regulating Physician Associates (PAs) and Anaesthesia Associates (AAs): a rapid review. London : NIHR Policy Research Unit in Health and Social Care Workforce, The Policy Institute, King's College London, 2020. 30 p.

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