P.F.A. : a case study of operational and procedural solutions to excessive patient waiting times, UNWRA, Jordan Field / Ellen Blair, Norbert Dreesch, Richard Guidotti
Other TitlesPatient flow analysis in outpatient clinics
Blair, Ellen, Dreesch, Norbert, Guidotti, Richard & World Health Organization. Programme of Maternal and Child Health and Family Planning Unit. (1991). P.F.A. : a case study of operational and procedural solutions to excessive patient waiting times, UNWRA, Jordan Field / Ellen Blair, Norbert Dreesch, Richard Guidotti. World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/58781
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