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BMJ Best Practice is a new easy-to-use decision-support tool that provides authoritative answers to clinical questions.
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Practical General Practice by Lindsey M. Pope (Editor); Elaine Taylor (Editor); Lynsay Crawford (Editor); Rachael Imrie (Editor); Lynsey Yeoman (Editor); Adam Peter Staten (Editor); Paul Staten (Editor)