Diabetic regimen omissions and barriers: perceptions of patients and professionals

Hixenbaugh, P. and Winkley, K. 2001. Diabetic regimen omissions and barriers: perceptions of patients and professionals. Diabetes and Primary Care. 3 (1), pp. 24-28.

TitleDiabetic regimen omissions and barriers: perceptions of patients and professionals
AuthorsHixenbaugh, P. and Winkley, K.
JournalDiabetes and Primary Care
Journal citation3 (1), pp. 24-28
ISSN1466-8955
Year2001
Publication dates
Published2001

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