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Title A Delineative Study of Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery: Tasks, Professional Relationships, and Satisfaction
Author Broughton, Barry A.
Summary The purpose of this study was to explore the role of physician assistants in orthopedic surgery as it pertains to orthopedic tasks, satisfaction with their position and work environment, perceived professional relationships, and impediments to their practice of medicine.
Item Location Johns Creek Office
Subjects Orthopedics--United States.
Physicians' assistants--United States--Cost effectiveness.
Physicians' assistants --Job satisfaction.
Published Date 1996
Catalog Number PAR00483
Language English
Object Name Dissertation
Physical Description 144 p.; 28 cm.