Determinants of basic public health services provision by village doctors in China: using non-communicable diseases management as an example

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To ensure equity and accessibility of public health care in rural areas, the Chinese central government has launched a series of policies to motivate village doctors to provide basic public health services. Using chronic disease management and prevention as an example, this study aims to identify factors associated with village doctors' basic public health services provision and to formulate targeted interventions in rural China.

Li T, Lei T, Xie Z, Zhang T. Determinants of basic public health services provision by village doctors in China: using non-communicable diseases management as an example. BMC Health Serv Res. 2016 Feb 4;16(1):42. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4743421/


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4/03/2016
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Li T, Lei T, Xie Z, Zhang T.

Asia