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Do Advertisements Help In The Appointment Of A New Partner?

Nigel Higson
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition)
Vol. 290, No. 6461 (Jan. 5, 1985), p. 35/38
Published by: BMJ
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/29517759
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Abstract

Seventy five advertisements placed in five consecutive issues of the BMJ by general practices for vacancies for doctors were analysed for the amount of information given. Fifteen pieces of information were sought and scored. The maximum score was 20, and one advertisement had no indication of how to reply.

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