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Personalising Realistic Medicine: Chief Medical Officer for Scotland's Annual Report 2017-2018

Published: 25 Apr 2019
Directorate:
Chief Medical Officer Directorate
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781787814349

The Chief Medical Officer's fourth annual report on Realistic Medicine, with a focus here on the principle of Building a Personalised Approach to Care.

52 page PDF

1.7 MB

52 page PDF

1.7 MB

Contents
Personalising Realistic Medicine: Chief Medical Officer for Scotland's Annual Report 2017-2018
References

52 page PDF

1.7 MB

References

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Contact

Email: stephen.fenning@gov.scot