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The Doctor Dilemma: Public Policy and the Changing Role of Physicians Under Ontario Medicare Paperback – Nov 20 1998


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"The Doctor Dilemma is the best-researched review of the state of the health care system in Ontario I have yet come across. It helps put the debate into a balanced context and will perhaps pave the road to finding solutions." Dr Marshall Godwin, Family Medicine, Queen's University "The Doctor Dilemma is unique in devoting careful policy analysis to the specific issues now facing doctors in Ontario and, in very similar if not identical terms, other provinces. It should draw strong interest among physicians and other health professionals, administrators and policy makers across Canada as well as in Ontario." Tom Kent, Policy Studies, Queen's University

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S.E.D. Shortt was formerly an Associate Professor of History and an Associate Professor of Family Medicine, Queen's University. He is currently a family physician and associate staff member at Kingston General Hospital, H�tel Dieu, and Kingston Psychiatric Hospital.

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