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Towards primary care for non-serious 999 callers: results of a controlled study of 'Treat and Refer' protocols for ambulance crews.

H Snooks, N Kearsley, J Dale, J Redhead, WY Cheung, Helen Snooks Orcid Logo

Pages: 435 - 443

Swansea University Author: Helen Snooks Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1136/qshc.2003.007658

Published: 2004
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title Towards primary care for non-serious 999 callers: results of a controlled study of 'Treat and Refer' protocols for ambulance crews.
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title_short Towards primary care for non-serious 999 callers: results of a controlled study of 'Treat and Refer' protocols for ambulance crews.
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