A Systematic Map of the UK Literature on Navigation Roles in Primary Care: Social Prescribing Link Workers in Context

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Bertotti, M., Haque, H., Lombardo, C., Potter, S. and Harden, A. 2019. A Systematic Map of the UK Literature on Navigation Roles in Primary Care: Social Prescribing Link Workers in Context. Institute for Health and Human Development, University of East London.
AuthorsBertotti, M., Haque, H., Lombardo, C., Potter, S. and Harden, A.
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