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The Journal of Clinical Governance is now published as Quality in Primary Care.

Publisher: Radcliffe Publishing Ltd.

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Volume 10, Number 4, 1 December 2002

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Editorial

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Open Access Tick-tick goes the crocodile of poor performance
pp. 167-168(2)
Author: Wilson, Tim

Research papers

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Open Access Quality of referrals to gynaecologists: towards consensus
pp. 177-181(5)
Authors: Jiwa, Moyez; Walters, Stephen; Cooper, Cindy

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Open Access Re-audit emphasises the need for regular audits
pp. 183-186(4)
Authors: Sharma, Sushma; Downey, Gabrielle

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Open Access Was there a straw that broke the camel's back? Factors influencing decisions to resign as a primary care group clinical governance lead
pp. 187-194(8)
Authors: Sweeney, Grace; Sweeney, Kieran; Greco, Michael; Stead, Jonathan

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Open Access Accident and Emergency triage audit report
pp. 195-198(4)
Authors: Evans, Adrian; O'Connor, Niall; St John, Andrew; Doyle, Paddy; Archdeacon, Carmel; Broughton, Rebecca

Clinical governance in action

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Open Access NICE and clinical guidelines
pp. 209-210(2)
Author: Rodgers, Anne-Toni

Knowledgeshare

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Open Access Web alert: National electronic Library for Health – www.nelh.nhs.uk
pp. 211-214(4)
Authors: Beard, Richard; Lehmann, Judy

Protocol

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Open Access Management and prevention of falls in the elderly
pp. 215-222(8)
Authors: Redsell, Sarah; Cheater, Francine; Juby, Lynn

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