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Implementation Science Workshop: Barriers and Facilitators to Increasing Mammography Screening Rates in California’s Public Hospitals

To access, purchase, authenticate, or subscribe to the full-text of this article, please visit this link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11606-016-3929-2 Byline: Cassidy Clarity (1,2), Gato Gourley (1,2), Courtney Lyles (1,2), Sara Ackerman (3), Margaret A. Handley (2,4), Dean Schillinger (1,2), Urmimal... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of General Internal Medicine 2017, Vol.32(6), pp.697-705
Main Author: Clarity, Cassidy
Other Authors: Gourley, Gato , Lyles, Courtney , Ackerman, Sara , Handley, Margaret , Schillinger, Dean , Sarkar, Urmimala , Conigliaro, Joseph
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