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Coopérer plus pour travailler plus : évaluation de l’expérimentation d’infirmière de pratique avancée Asalée sur l’activité du médecin généraliste


  • Christophe Loussouarn
  • Carine Franc
  • Yann Videau
  • Julien Mousquès


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  • Christophe Loussouarn & Carine Franc & Yann Videau & Julien Mousquès, 2019. "Coopérer plus pour travailler plus : évaluation de l’expérimentation d’infirmière de pratique avancée Asalée sur l’activité du médecin généraliste," Erudite Working Paper 2019-13, Erudite.
  • Handle: RePEc:eru:erudwp:wp19-13

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