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Job satisfaction of the primary healthcare providers with expanded roles in the context of health service integration in rural China: a cross-sectional mixed methods study

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Title
Job satisfaction of the primary healthcare providers with expanded roles in the context of health service integration in rural China: a cross-sectional mixed methods study
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Human Resources for Health, September 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12960-019-0403-3
Authors

Yinzi Jin, Haipeng Wang, Dan Wang, Beibei Yuan

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#10,372,778
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#705
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