Human resources for emergency obstetric care in northern Tanzania: distribution of quantity or quality?

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Published in Hum Resour Health on July 29, 2005


Øystein Evjen Olsen1, Sidney Ndeki, Ole Frithjof Norheim

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1: Center for International Health, University of Bergen, Norway.

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