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Free Content Clinical information needs and access in primary health care: a comparative cross‐sectional study of rural and non‐rural primary care physicians

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Primary care physicians (PCPs) need a wide range of clinical information (CI) resources to manage their patients. Continued access to these resources in their practice settings provides self‐reliance and a better approach towards clinical decision making.
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Keywords: Asia, South; Information and communication technologies (ICT); access to information; doctors; information need; information services; primary health care; surveys

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2015

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