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The Role of Clinical Workload and Satisfaction With Workload in Rural Primary Care Physician Retention

Arch G. Mainous III, PhD; Mary Ramsbottom-Lucier, MD, MPH; Eugene C. Rich, MD

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(9):787-792.

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