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SAPC hot topic – A challenge of identity for Academic Primary Care: keeping the whole greater than the sum of its parts

  • Christine Bond (a1) and Sandra Eldridge (a2)
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Correspondence to: Professor Christine Bond, Head of Centre of Academic Primary Care, Division of Applied Health Sciences, University of Aberdeen, Polwarth West Block, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB25 2ZD, UK. Email: c.m.bond@abdn.ac.uk

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SAPC hot topic – A challenge of identity for Academic Primary Care: keeping the whole greater than the sum of its parts

  • Christine Bond (a1) and Sandra Eldridge (a2)

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